Find the overhanging face, on the right side is the crack that you can't miss.
Climb the crack with a bouldery start, at the base is a left facing corner. A two bolt anchor at the top. I took a guess at the name as this rock has this name.
From parking area walk to the North side of the cliff about 10 minutes. Find the striking crack climb.
I believe I took 2 sets of cams.
Dec 10, 2006
Ross, I'm pretty sure that you're referring to "Geophysical", 5.11c with 3 stars per the Lander Rock guide.
Aug 6, 2009
Yeah, Ross, you guessed wrong. It ain't Cranner Crack. It's Geophysical. You might want to fix your info.
Mar 26, 2010
Also Ross, one more thing . . . why post in the first place? If you knew you were just guessing, why bother? Why not leave the information dissemination to someone who actually knows what they're talking about. Sounds to me like you just wanted your name next to some hard 5.11 climb. Nice work.
Now I know that I am always warning about Rattlesnakes, but be EXTREMELY CAREFUL IN THIS AREA. Rattlesnakes abound in warm months, roughly from May to September. They are huge here, and the small ones may be lurking at the edge of a sagebrush . . . easy to walk onto if you are not wary.