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Elevation: 4,811 ft 1,466 m
GPS: 38.26965, -120.0088
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Shared By: Brian Quiter on Sep 30, 2002
Admins: Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer Ski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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About 100' tall, Crack house features 5 near-vertical crack climbs on its front and two overhanging projects around to the right. The rock is granite, and tends towards sharp edges, so be careful with the rope! Also, there's still loose stuff on the crag, so a helmet is a good idea for the belayer and even

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Upon reaching Potter's rock, follow the trail along the base of the crag for about 100 yards until it starts countouring uphill between "Hope on a Rope" and "Hell Nino". At this point there will be a faint leaf-filled trail head left from the base trail. Follow this for about 500 yards along the contour of the hill and you will see a BIG dead tree at the base of a cliff. You're here. On the right side of the tree are the two projects, and the left are the established climbs.

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