A tricky shift left 20' up leads to a deliciously thin tips crack and crux. Enjoy.
This route takes bomber gear, if you can hang on to place it. And be careful not to block those jammies!
100' right of Peney's, at a wide, flat spot in the trail, below the obvious thin crack in the steep wall.
#1 & #2 Camalots low, then small cams and stoppers and/or tricams.
Paul Roberts on the head point attempt, right belo...
BETA PHOTO: Jaysen Henderson leads Oddy's Crack of Horror
Climb in full view
Keith Meister at the tricky left shift move.
|By Jaysen Henderson|
From: White Plains, New York
Mar 30, 2011
rating: 5.10b/c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b
LOVE this route, could e one of the most classic lines on the mountain. The climbing i fun and interesting with 2 pleasant cruxes, the second being on the slopey topout. But best of all is that the pro is SOLID, bring 2 bd #1's and they slot in perfect before the first and second crux. not an easy climb by any means.
|By Nick Weinberg|
From: Essex, NY
Aug 6, 2014
This is a gem of a little pitch. Great on your way out when you want just a little more climbing. Awesome finger crack. Great gear everywhere.