Left Y Crack
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Chris Walsh on the very sustained "Left Y Crack" ....
Follow a wavey, white streak up good rock with nice pods and edges. A very nice route, despite the blocks high on the route. I'm sure they're solid but they sound funky.
Very near where the trail meets the main wall, a little bit to the right, locate a tan scar with a white streak above it. Follow a bolted line up left streak.
9 bolts + anchor
BETA PHOTO: Classic rope & rock photo
Eric at the fork on Left Y Crack.
Christian cruising Y Line with style
Jan 29, 2007
Not a climb deserving of 3 stars (I'd say 2 at best). A solid, sustained 10 with a handful of fun, tricky moves. 90' tall.
Feb 1, 2007
You're killing me Braxton!!
You're a tough man to please!!!
I'm glad to see some folks are going out the sample the crag.
Feb 2, 2007
If you give me a case of beer, I'll upgrade my rating to *** :)
Feb 3, 2007
What kind of beer???
Mar 27, 2007
Wait a minute Jim...you didn't give this climb any stars!
Mar 29, 2007
I gave it two stars on the topo.
|By 1Eric Rhicard|
Apr 21, 2007
This route is known as the Left Y Line. There is no crack on it.
|By susan peplow|
From: Joshua Tree
Feb 3, 2009
Fun with somewhat tricky traverse left of crux.
From: Tucson, AZ
Jan 25, 2010
Great route; probably my favorite of the day. The route was sustained with thought provoking movement using vertical slots separated by long reaches.