Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Billy Westbay, John Long, and Hugh Burton - Sept 1975
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Shared By: M Morley on Oct 18, 2002
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Colorado Crack is THE climb to do in the greater Jumbo Rocks area.

This 100' crack lies in the middle of the Corridor Face just right of Spiderman and is right-angling at the bottom, then vertical to the top. Face climb past large huecos to the right-angling hand crack. Continue up a vertical finger crack with nice face holds on exquisite rock.

Anchor: natural gear.

To descend, scramble off to the north (climber's right). This involves a move or two of downclimbing or...take DE's advice: "bring a skateboard for the descent, you might have to ollie the six inch bump encountered halfway down".


Medium to large nuts, a double set of cams .5 to 2", plus one 3" piece; skateboard optional.