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Tooth Pac's upper section climbs the hand crack le...
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A great route, that might prove to be a popular warm-up and/or adventurous endeavor for the climber breaking into solid 5.10 at the Creek.
Currently the route is the farthest on the right side of Broken Tooth. It is just right of the climb Snaggle Tooth.
A #6 camalot is key to protecting the off-width section that climbs above the ledge.
2 Pac Forever!
Right side of Broken Tooth. Try to spot the second pitch on the hike over. It is just left of a very obvious dihedral (a sucker crack, by the way). There is an anchor of 2 bolts at the top of this crack, and as of March 2011, some scars on the rock from cleaning.
(2-3).4 camalot, (2) .5 camalot (3) .75 camalot (1) #1 camalot (5) #2 camalot (2) #3 camalot (1) #4 camalot (1) #6 camalot.
Keith Brett on Tooth Pac, on the third ascent. We ...
A plaque marks the start of Tooth Pac.