Crack of doom
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Easy, one move wonder crack problem.
In the corridor area. The trail will come right by it. Trust me, you won't miss this beautiful line.
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Crack of Doom
Fighting to stay on Crack of Doom
|Comments on Crack of doom
Oct 3, 2007
Not a V3, more like V5.
Jul 9, 2008
GREAT problem. V2-3 if you know how to finger and hand jam. Give it a try no matter what.
|By Mike Anderson|
From: Dayton, OH
Jan 3, 2010
Still hard, even if you know how to jam, and suggesting that Tennessee climbers don't know how to crack climb is ignorant and stupid. This would be 5.12 if if were a route. V4-5ish.
Jun 8, 2010
Didn't mean to imply someone from TN can't crack climb....Grades are subjective. In my opinion it would be easy 5.11 at T-wall. Who cares though....fun problem.
From: Golden, Colorado
Sep 13, 2010
definitely v4-v5, I can climb 5.10 cracks, and this problem kicked my ass
From: The Old Northwest
Jan 24, 2011
I agree on the v5. The crux would be right home on any 5.12 trad line. Crack of Doom might be v3/5.11 at Mt. Woodson, but that place is sandbagged!
|By Dan Brayack|
From: Marmet, WV
Feb 10, 2011
I was thinking probably 11b or c on this which translates to V3...I mean, don't get me wrong, I'll take it at V5 all day long ;)
|By Jeremy Hand|
Aug 23, 2012
Atypical problem for the boulderfield. Trust the finger lock and stab for the hand jam to advance to the great crimp.
Probably a walk in the park for most tradheads out there.