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Levi Van Buggenum styling the classic Edwards Crac...
The uber-classic canyon trad route! A splitter fingercrack up a yellow, right-facing dihedral capped by a roof. Ascend it using assorted stemming, laybacking, fingerlocks, and faceholds; save some energy for the devious traverse below the upper roof to the anchors.
On the left side of the wall. Obvious splitter yellow dihedral.
Doubles of medium stoppers BD #8-#10 work great, also some #.4-#.75 camalots or equivalent, and one larger #2 or #3 for the top.
Tanner Schoonmaker killing it
The splitter corner
|Comments on Edwards Crack
|By Clay Stoner|
From: Sheridan, Wy
Apr 18, 2009
I would suggest a #3 c4 for the roof. I had a little trouble getting my #2 c4 in a placement quickly, maybe i'll not be as concerned about a little extra weight next time lol.
|By Taylor Spiegelberg|
From: Sheridan, Wyoming
May 20, 2012
Definitely agree with Clay the #3 at the roof is bomber.Bring lots of .5 cams