Left and Right Practice Cracks
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|Type: ||Trad, 1 pitch, 40'|
|FA: ||do not knoe|
|Submitted By: ||Orphaned on Feb 8, 2003|
BETA PHOTO: about to rap from the top of the bomber 5.9 hand c...
These route are on the same side of "terrible two's" wall. Except they are further (south). Near the road, you'll see two cracks with a slung anchor atop. The left crack is a great way to reach the anchors then top-rope the right crack. The rock is very solid windgate. -tda
For the left practice crack (cams to 3")For the right practice crack (cams from #0 metolius to 3.5")
|Comments on Left and Right Practice Cracks
|By Anonymous Coward|
Feb 13, 2003
Crux on the right crack (.11) is right off the ground. Boulder it out and don't worry about the TR, a fall on TR from the crux would probably swing you into the gound anyway because the anchors are several feet to the left (at the tope of the left crack).
Feb 3, 2013
Did these in the fall of '93. You can TR both climbs off the same two-bolt Rawl/Metolius SS anchor. I thought the right one was stout 5.8 and the right one has a technical 5.11 b/c start into a bomber splitter. We'd run laps on these after work. Good stuff, short, quality.