The Right Nut
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no worries, theres bomber new anchors
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This crack faces the road and is on the opposite side of the same crack as The Left Nut. Walk up and climb the crack until you are on top of The Right Nut. (This is actually the left smaller nut when viewing from the road. Rap off the top or belay your partner up and walk over, downclimb just a little, and finish on the ending of The Left Nut.
The ending of the climb has really nice rock and some great hand and fist jams with a short section of chimney thrown in for good measure.
This crack seems a little harder than The Left Nut and much more jamming than The Left Nut.
This crack faces the road and ends on the lower nut or the left one when viewing from the road.
A set of cams from 1" to 5" with a couple of extra 3" and 3.5".
By paul bucher
From: moab, utah
Sep 24, 2012
we easily bagged (so to speak) right nut from left.