Zig-Zag Crack Variation
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BETA PHOTO: Zig-Zag Variation
Start sitting at the only decent hold on the right-hand side of the face with the Zig-Zag crack, and traverse left into the crack on small sloping seams, using a shallow mono somewhere along the way. Finish up the crack.
|Comments on Zig-Zag Crack Variation
From: Portland, ME
Nov 11, 2008
The traverse moves from right to left to join Zigzag. Tiny holds, brick hard.
|By Luke W.|
Jun 14, 2012
More of a squat unless you start on stacked pads or have real long arms. As long as you start with your left foot on the micro edges it doesn't really matter if you start sitting or standing. The crux is switching feet. A bit contrived but a nice problem anyway.