Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Alan Roberts, Todd Gordon, and Brian Sillasen, Jan. 1988
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Shared By: Roger Linfield on Jun 30, 2006
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

An offwidth and fist crack on the west face of the rock.

Location

This is the right of two obvious wide cracks on the west face of the rock.

Protection

several 3" - 4" pieces

Photos

Will S
Joshua Tree
 
Will S   Joshua Tree
 
Very nice climb and a must-do on the wide circuit. A #6 Friend could be useful in the bottom half, otherwise hand to off-fist pieces. This, and its companion piece Jumar of Flesh are right next to each other at the highest part of the west side of the Foundry. Name came from an old Coors can wedged in the upper part of the crack. Anchor takes #3.5 to #4 camalot and/or 3/4" to 1". Scramble off climber's right. Nov 24, 2007
Pat C
Honolulu
Pat C   Honolulu
has anybody climbed the gnarly looking roof OW to the right of six-pack crack and jumar of flesh? I hope I'm thinking of the right place. It Looked super rad. Feb 12, 2010
James Barnett
Bishop Ca.
James Barnett   Bishop Ca.
The can is still there, good variety of wide stuff Nov 13, 2013
Russ Walling
www.FishProducts.com
 
Russ Walling   www.FishProducts.com
 
It is all coming back to me now... If you notice in the pics, Billy Russell is facing right side in. This is the correct way to do the route. I am facing left side in, since a naysayer at the base bet me a six pack that I could not do the route wrong side in... glug glug glug... that beer sure was good!

More beta here: widefetish.com/routes/six_p… Nov 13, 2013
Sean
Oak Park, CA
Sean   Oak Park, CA
placed the #6 and #5 at helpful spots up the beginning, having those on hand after Jumar of Flesh anyway

a lil less than 50 ft tall, same as Jumar, if anchoring along the continuation of the same horizontal as Jumar

go up the top tier bit of the same crack to gain the summit and then meander down the walkoff to climber's right and toward the road at times, til touching down on flat ground facing toward I-Rock. having a #4 or #5 might give some more comfort at an easy wide crack downclimb and traverse spot Nov 18, 2018