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Y-Crack Area Rock Climbing 

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Y-Crack Wall sits above and left of Jam Crack Wall (Jam Crack Wall is above and left of Garden Wall). Y-Crack Wall is in the sun most of the morning and early afternoon. The area has great views, nice exposure and never any crowds. Climbs include Y-Crack (an offwidth 5.8/5.9), Rovert (5.10 face climb) and several top rope variations.

Getting There 

To get to the base of Y-Crack Wall, climb something on Jam Crack Wall then either rap to the base of Y-Crack or scramble across to the top and rap down.

Climbing Season

Weather station 1.6 miles from here

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