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BETA PHOTO: Meteorite Crack
This is a classic thin hands crack, with technical and aesthetic climbing.
You can't miss this beautiful thin hands crack on a large boulder as you walk along the trail. It faces west.
emphasize gear around one inch, since it's a thin hands crack
|Comments on Meteorite Crack
Apr 25, 2011
Really good route, but not 4 of 4 stars. 3 of 5.
|By Richard Shore|
Jan 16, 2012
Short but sweet. Couple of hard thin-hands/ringlocks moves off the deck lead to easier jamming above. A slighly wider version of Martin Quits over in RHV. Doubles 0.5 - 1 camalots for the lead, a few 2" pieces for the anchor.