Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Vaino Kodas, Toivo Kodas and Tony Yaniro, 1981
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Shared By: Alan Nelson on Aug 12, 2002
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Light Sabre is one of the finest cracks for it's grade in Joshua Tree. It is long, sustained, continuous, and it will consume as much gear as you can throw at it. 

On the south side of Star Wars Rock are several right-slanting cracks. Light Sabre is the rightmost, with a small right-facing corner for the first half, a bulge, then a straight-in crack for the top.

 You can't walk by without being drawn in by its siren song. Expect a variety of jams, from locker fingers to off-hands, and a good solid pump.


Standard trad rack, with extras in the fingers/hands range; 2 bolt anchor/rap.