Type: Trad, TR, 30 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Pete Hickman on Nov 18, 2007
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Description

A good climb for beginning crack climbers because the crack is pretty smooth on the inside and is easy on the hands.

Location

On opposite side of boulder from the Y crack, big crack running up right hand side to the right of two bolt Corona Club climb. North side of boulder.

Protection

medium cams, neighborhood of .75 C4 I think. Two rap anchors, two hangers on top of boulder so you can set a top rope if you lead one of the other climbs on the boulder.

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Tim Heid
AZ
  5.6
Tim Heid   AZ
  5.6
This climb was a bit awkward for me both times I've done it. Fun jams to a jug up high, but the feet are a little weird if you are trying to avoid having to jam them deep into the crack. Feb 10, 2010
Daniel Evans
Phoenix, AZ
  5.7
Daniel Evans   Phoenix, AZ
  5.7
Couldn't help but laugh when I read the suggested 5.5 rating. Climb is awkward and fairly stout. Don't be fooled. Protects well and good jams can be found. I used a #4 C4 at the last wide section. Bring singles of .5 - #4 C4 and double up on .75/1 sizes. Nov 15, 2015
Sam Joe Carl
Phoenix, AZ
Sam Joe Carl   Phoenix, AZ
Hardest 5.5 I think I've ever climbed. Gets a bit off-widthy in sections. The gear is good, and i even managed to get a couple medium sized nuts in. Hard climbing for about the first half, then it turns into a hike. Feb 6, 2017
Gregory Cooper
Phoenix Arizona
Gregory Cooper   Phoenix Arizona
Crack was too small for me to jam anything so I had to resort to other methods making it feel really awkward. Mostly ended relying on crimps. Watch your feet near the bottom as some foot holds broke off from decomposing granite. Oct 18, 2018