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Located between Crack A No Go and the sport climb Big Shot. This curved finger crack splits the a near-verical face after an overhanging bouldery start.For some reason its not mentioned at all in Carville's book despite the fact that it's pretty hard to miss.
Pro to one inch, shares top anchors with Crack A No Go
Mar 6, 2007
We always called this the "Question Mark" crack...kind of a trickly lead.
Mar 13, 2012
Also heard it called "Question Mark" crack. Gear is definitely funky...should be a very solid leader at the grade if tackling this one.
|By Patrick Mulligan|
May 16, 2012
The only place for 1" pro is in the boulder problem getting off the ground and maybe the horizontal hand traverse below the main crack. RPs, offsets, stoppers to #5, micro TCU's, and ballnuts are all that will work in the main portion of the crack.
From: THA WEST COAST
Sep 3, 2012
Short but excellent!
|By Weston L|
From: Summerlin, NV
Sep 4, 2012
Some of the best-feeling movements I have done at Donner