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Upper section of Cider Crack
The crux is near the start of this great sinker finger crack. Starts with some thin moves up to an overhang. Pulling over this bulge to get into the finger crack was the most challenging part of the climb. Finishes with about 40 feet of fantastic splitter finger crack.
Continues from the top of Old Style. Tops out near the base of Star Wall, finish to the top of the cliff on any of those routes (5.8-5.9)
Chain anchors, doubles in finger sized gear.
|By Andy Laakmann|
From: Bend, OR
Aug 7, 2010
McClane's new Canada Rock Book has this at 10a, and I wouldn't disagree. Great pitch!
From: North Vancouver, BC
Jun 10, 2012
A great 3 pitch route (recently cleaned) can be done by linking Old Style/Cider Crack/Grub Street. Access is via rappel from bolts.
From: Currently in California
Sep 18, 2012
I agree with the 10a rating!