Stout. This pretty line starts out entering a short, wide ceiling to a shelf. Take a quick breather before pulling the small roof on thin hands to the steep and sustained wideness to the top. You can choose to battle for the deep fist-jams or use stacks for the sustained upper part. This is a classic line, give it a shot!
Standard rack with emphasis on wide, 1 #5 Camalot for bottom section.
About to place the first piece!
Chuck Z. finishing up B-G. He is trying to ingore...
ODub Special Forces Chuck James Rambo pluggin' art...
Most of the route, about to enter the crux.
|Comments on Bat Guano Crack (mistakenly aka B-G Crack)
By erik rieger
From: Ridgway, CO
Jan 15, 2015
You can start this up the lower crack, but the preferred start is to face climb in from the left.
By D Mueller
Jun 14, 2016
I never see anyone on this or its neighbors. I finally got on it and it is a great route. I used a #1-4, and it protected really well. Sustained up to a really nice rest then you're home free to finish. Great route!