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BETA PHOTO: Oneg Shabbat is the obvious, cyclone-shaped crack ...
This is the striking, curved crack on the overhanging face. Start on a steeply sloping ledge (definitely anchor your belayer) in overhanging, twin finger cracks. Begin using both cracks, then stay with the left crack as it very gradually widens. The angle eventually kicks back after a few moves of flaring squeeze chimney.
This is the obvious crack in the middle of Oneg Shabbat Block.
Scramble down climber's left (3rd).
Standard rack to 4". Set a gear anchor way back off of medium cams.