Quick Robin, to the Batcrack!
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A really fun route that makes for an exciting lead over small (but bomber) gear. There is a fair amount of loose rock, but it can be avoided for the most part. A couple of different cruxes.
The route is the obvious, chalked, orange dihedral a good ways right (if you came from the Brain area) of Rod Serling Crack. Anchors on top.
Mostly thin stuff. The biggest I places in the corner was a #1 camalot, but something smaller would've been better. Everything else down low is yellow TCU or smaller.
Near the top, you hit a horizontal you can load up w/ .75 or 1" camalots.
Wires were useful.
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Joe DeGaetano mid climb.
Bat Crack in the summer. Photo by Tara Reynvaan
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