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Jack Doehring on "Jamcrack", 1975.
Photo by Blitzo...
Up on the right side of Sunnyside Bench, climb a nice, smooth, 5.7 jamcrack to a ledge. Step left and continue up a 5.9 thin crack to a two bolt anchor.
Can be done in one or two pitches.
Pro to 2".
Photo by Blitzo.
Tyson G on jamcrack
Jamcrack on a mellow rainy afternoon...
Mar 11, 2008
Climbed Jamcrack this weekend for the second time in 10 years. It was so much fun! Best to leave a long sling on the last piece before the ledge and combine P1 and 2.
|By Steve R.|
From: Oakland, CA
May 21, 2009
Fun Climb! Didn't feel like a Valley 5.9 though-maybe 5.8. Good pro, solid stances and fun climbing.
|By Linnea Williams|
Oct 4, 2009
Nice, well protected, fun climbing. I'm a fan.
From: Prescott, AZ
Oct 17, 2009
Great climbing. First pitch is great for budding trad leaders.
|By daniel c|
From: San Francisco, CA
Mar 25, 2010
Found a cam on Jamcrack on March 21, 2010. Drop me a line if you think its yours.
|By Wesley Ashwood|
From: Durango, CO
Aug 2, 2010
Fun climb although the nice crack on the second pitch is a little short. You can TR a few fun 10s as well from the top of the 1st pitch.
|By Rodger Raubach|
Mar 16, 2011
I climbed this with an Aussie climber, Harry Burr, and Greg Ervin. I led pitch 1 and Greg took pitch 2. Fun climb, cool and sunny day.
|By Will Wilson|
From: Morganton, nc
Oct 27, 2011
I love the climb but it was soo polished, especially at the beginning of the route.
|By Worster than you|
Mar 24, 2013
If the p1 bolts are camped, you can make a good gear anchor at the top of p1 crack w/ 0.5 camelot and the metolius range below that.