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BETA PHOTO: A look at the dihedral/crack (5.8).
This is a short, right-angling crack/dihedral in the cliffband above Bullet Hole Rock. Surmount a small bulge at the beginning and layback a fist-sized/OW crack to a somewhat awkward top out.
This is on the small cliffband above Bullet Hole Rock to the right and around the corner from Fingers
. It is the most promising looking crack that is visible from Bullet Hole Rock and the road.
Fist to OW. Maybe a couple of stoppers for the first couple of moves. You can also top rope off natural features.
BETA PHOTO: A closer look at Dihedral above Bullet Hole Rock.
By Alexander Nees
From: Grand Junction, CO
Sep 7, 2012
This can be easily and naturally jammed as well as laybacked. I jammed it, since I was bouldering with no pad and wanted the security of jams instead of laybacking. It's basically all wide-hands to fists, super solid, good practice for that size.
By Joe Huggins
From: Grand Junction
Apr 20, 2014
Just moved to GJ. Did this as part of exploration; nice!