Type: Trad, TR, 60 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: metrozen Geoffrion on Jun 12, 2008 with updates from Gary Taylor
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Climb the wide crack and face on the left.


It's the second crack. Left of Blank Wall.


Toprope trees.


Marty Combs
Boulder, CO
Marty Combs   Boulder, CO
Definitely one of the better leads at the palisades. It's too bad the finger crack doesn't last longer. Sep 27, 2008
A.J. W
Stillwater, OK
A.J. W   Stillwater, OK
The description and picture is for for an undocumented route i named third crack unless someone knows a different name. First crack is actually left of nosey and second crack is to the right of nosey. Mar 23, 2010
Dave Goodell  
I agree that the main route description photo is incorrect (it shows First Crack). My comments below refer to Second Crack, which is to the left about 10-15 feet from the route pictured in the main photo. The other submitted photos look right to me.

I top roped it on Sunday and found it an enjoyable easy route. This would probably be a good route for new climbers. I didn't lead it, but IIRC the pro would have been mainly in the large crack on your right (mostly #3 Camalot and bigger, maybe some large hexes endwise?).

There are three bolts for anchoring at the top to the right of the crack, two side-by-side and one a few feet lower. Aug 16, 2011
Gary Taylor
Gary Taylor  
This page originally included a photo and description for the wrong route. It has now been corrected. The first two and a half comments listed no longer apply and may lead to confusion. 4 days ago