Type: Boulder, 15 ft
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Also known as Pinscar Crack, this is the obvious finger crack on the far right of Pacific Street Wall.


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Kelley Gilleran
Sacramento, Ca
Kelley Gilleran   Sacramento, Ca
Sit start with one hand in the crack and one on the arête for a cool V3 variation.

The direct sit is a 3 too. May 9, 2013
I'd say it's v2 when dialed. But, stands as a solid v3. Sit start v3/v4 depending on foot placement. Aug 3, 2015
Definitely not V3, easier than Circut Breaker for sure, which is standard V2. Jan 9, 2018
Jebus H Bomz
Sacramento, CA
Jebus H Bomz   Sacramento, CA
Grade wanking aside, the quality is as good as Rocklinbleau gets. For me, Pinscar is quite sequential. Cranking this from the low start straight up seems the obvious goal, but there’s all kinds of fun-including the compression crack/Arete variation. I recommend taping up some of your fingers or you might end up with gobies. Jan 15, 2019