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Shared By: Chris Tarbet on Dec 28, 2006
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The most right crack (actually two parallel cracks) of the Triple Cracks, Owl Crack climbs past a very small roof aiming left for a finish of finger crack and slab. A terrific climb for its grade.

Location Suggest change

Follow the green trail up to the Triple Cracks Sanctuary marked by three prominent cracks on the same wall. Owl Crack is the furthest right climb of the three identified by a small triangular roof.

Protection Suggest change

Owl Crack requires a standard rack including hand sizes down low and nuts up top. Climb up and left to bolts above Grass Crack.

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