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The Void

5.9 R, Trad, 35 ft,  Avg: 1 from 2 votes
FA: Eric Tipton 6/95. First lead - Brad Singer, Pat Brennan 7/95
California > San Bernardino… > Running Springs… > Keller Peak > Campsite 7 > Crag at the End… > Southeast Face

Description

This is the thin hand crack on the left side of the southeast face of Crag at the End of the Universe. Start in the dihedral, above the block, using a variety of moves to gain the horizontal. Perhaps a little awkward, but interesting. The crux comes leaving the horizontal, getting into the thin crack above. The difficulty eases up a bit as features become available on the face. Pro is thin and pretty sparse up high. Use the same anchor as for Edge of the Universe and walk off to the right to descend.

Protection

gear to 1" with a bolted anchor

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The Void.
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Tom negotiating the dihedral that leads to the crux
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