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Coyote Crack Side Two

5.11b, Trad, 40 ft,  Avg: 2 from 2 votes
FA: Russ Johnson
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Ethan Henderson belayed by Mackenzie Carpenter climbing Coyote Crack
[Hide Photo] Ethan Henderson belayed by Mackenzie Carpenter climbing Coyote Crack

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Ethan Henderson
Silverdale, WA
  5.11b
[Hide Comment] Climb up the thin crack starting with some finger jams and a few face holds.

The crux comes when the crack pinches down to 3/8" or so (blue aliens) and a few hard thin jams lead to a good rest. From then on a few harder sections of thin jamming lead to a slung rock anchor, rappel from this anchor.

Beware of loose rock, the big holds on the middle of the route are loose. Lots of small feet are loose as well.


Gear to 1" Apr 16, 2012
geoff georges
Seattle, Wa.
  5.11a
[Hide Comment] A fun lead. I also climbed this in 2012 and cleaned the old green webbing slung over rocks.
If it was a onsight for me, it is probably not 11b. Mar 20, 2014