|The Black Hole
This is the easiest problem in the Black Hole. Start in the center of the Hole on some huge jugs a few feet off the ground. Traverse right in huge pockets until you reach the obvious jug line going up and slightly to the right. Make a few moves to gain hand holds on a ledge. The final hold is a few feet higher and to the left. Down climb the acsent route. This is a popular warm up for any other climb in the area.
If you don't have this problem wired, definitely use a pad. A fall from the top can be very dangerous.
Here's Mike looking for a foot hold half way throu...
Warming up on one of my favorite V2s in the Colora...
Jill Tatarski on the start moves of Breashears' Cr...
Jared LaVacque on Breashear's Crack, Morrison, CO.
Ben on Breashear's Crack.
|By H Goosmann|
Jan 31, 2005
Mike and I used to do this route all the time down in morrison. Its a good inverted problem and its not too intimidating. Always a favorite when climbing at morrison. Lots of good memories, but bring your crash pad. Im sure youll see Mikey there staring at the rock and giggling like a little girl.
|By Davis Benz|
Nov 26, 2007
rating: V2- 5+
Great warm up problem.
Feb 11, 2009
In John Sherman's Hueco Guide, he lists the standards for his V-system of grading boulder problems. He lists Breashear's Crack (this problem) as standard for V2.
|By doug rouse|
From: Denver, CO.
May 5, 2009
Yes, this is V2...considering that V2 equates to 5.11b/c.
|By Anna Floyd|
From: Golden, CO
Mar 30, 2010
Try to avoid using the big slot out right to heel hook/rock onto. That move took my knee out for 2 months. (Other than that, loved it).