Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: Betsy Herbst, Joe Herbst February 1972.
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Shared By: John Hegyes on Dec 12, 2006
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Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details

Description

A nice little route that will get your blood flowing. Slightly tricky to protect and it gets quite steep about half way up. Fun.

Rappel from the sling anchor atop Mc-Crack-En with one rope.

Location

Shoot up the crack on the fin between the Zacker Cracker gully on the left and the Mc-Crack-En area.

Protection

Standard rack.

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karen029
5.7
karen029  
5.7
Most of the climb is 5.6, but I would rate the crux a bit harder and the placement options there were not obvious. Not recommended for beginning trad leaders. Jan 2, 2012
The tat at the thread anchor was starting to look old and brittle.

My rope got stuck and I couldn't pull it through. I led back up on a second rope to recover it. On my second rap I went more on the face instead of down through the slot on climbers left to alleviate the problem. Nov 28, 2012
Ben Townsend  
 
We replaced the various threaded tat with 7mm static cord -- equalized, tied off, redundant. No issues pulling the rope. Nov 20, 2015
grabski
N California
 
grabski   N California
 
Fun, secure moves through most of it. I felt it was well-protected. If only it was longer. Rap tat issue could be resolved with a bolt anchor. But who would dare.. Jan 25, 2016