Type: Trad, 120 ft
FA: 1970s
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Shared By: Larry DeAngelo on Feb 10, 2009
Admins: Larry DeAngelo, Justin Johnsen

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Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details


Just to the right of Deja Vu, a thin crack wanders up the face. After the first few moves, the angle eases. There is now a rappel anchor near the top of the crack. A single-rope rap (60m works) will get you down. Alternatively, you can continue up and left, on lower quality rock, to a small ledge and rappel from the slung chockstone.




the anchor consists of a slung pebble. this is an incredible fun 5.9ish crack climb perhaps better than straight shooter? Feb 20, 2012
anchor is now 2 large nuts and the slung pebble. A little freaky but held my big butt. Oct 14, 2017
Mike Zasadzien
Mike Zasadzien  
A ton of gear placements, no need for anything beyond #1; possibly doubles and triples of fingertip to hand range and a handful of nuts is more than plenty. Leaving the ground is committing and perhaps intimidating, but comprises of big safe holds, and once you reach the crack, it's an extremely pleasant one that opens up slowly from fingers to hands. Some good jugs to rest on if you aren't completely dialed in your crack techniques, but super fun! Nov 13, 2017
Ben Townsend  
Green Alien worked well to protect the committing move off the deck. The anchor is two wired stoppers and a hex, all pretty solid. Apr 13, 2018