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Shared By: Julian Smith on Mar 5, 2002
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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Warning Access Issue: NOTE: Access only from Turkey Rocks Trailhead. DetailsDrop down

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The Left Y Crack, AKA The Bush Crack, is located on the Rightovers. To get to the Rightovers, head east from Turkey Tail. Drop some elevation to go along the base of the next cliff band. The Left Y Crack is unmistakable. Just look for the crack that makes an obvious Y.

Steve Cheney describes the climb as a steep hand and finger crack, but he neglects to mention the obvious part. The middle of the pitch has a gaping wide section. Shove the number 5 in it and hope you are facing the right direction. Otherwise it can be rather awkward to get back out of again. Setting an anchor on top is not too difficult. The route can be top roped with a 200' rope easily.

Walk off to the west to get back down. Enjoy.

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Bring a little bit of everyting from a #5 Camalot to some small stuff.