Type: Trad
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Shared By: Jeff Mekolites on Dec 16, 2007
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The climbing on Ox Crack might seem hard right off the ground but after a few awkward moves bomber hand jams appear. Follow the crack up and then left to a ramp. Next head right and out under a roof before stepping up to the anchors.


Upper Leda...hard to miss the nice looking hand crack in a corner that weaves up through roofs.


Trad gear. Tree with slings at the top.


Chattanooga, TN
Roodbass   Chattanooga, TN
To reduce rope drag, bring a pair of 4 foot slings for anchors. Also, this route is known by locals as Ox Stone Crack. Mar 25, 2009
Swamp Cookie
da Bayou
Swamp Cookie   da Bayou
Bolted anchors at the top now. Mar 28, 2010
cshuey77 shuey
cshuey77 shuey   Asheviile,nc
best 5.8 at leda. perfect handjams on the bottom half. May 27, 2010
Beautiful line that is hard to walk by. Often wet after a rain. Great route for new 5.8 leader if you can get past the first 12 feet. Aug 19, 2012
Dylan H  
What is the bolted line to the right of Ox Crack that shares the same anxhor? Jan 4, 2017
Douglas Kempthorne
Cincinnati, OH
Douglas Kempthorne   Cincinnati, OH
There are two old shunts above the first roof for a sport climb, the Ox Crack anchors are right of the second roof about 15' above the shunts and harder to spot from the ground. The anchor was a pair of vertically arranged hangers with rings, and an older sling between the two as a sort of backup. Aug 7, 2017