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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 and Chimney. 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 Brian Wright|
From: Glenwood Springs, Co
Dec 4, 2011
Another climb that would be really fun if it were at least two times longer. Don't waste time trying jam this. Laybacking is the way to go
|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.