Type: Trad, TR, Boulder, 20 ft
FA: unknown
Page Views: 1,031 total · 15/month
Shared By: Kelley Gilleran on May 9, 2013
Admins: Aron Quiter, Lurker, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Obvious, sometimes dirty crack in the slab. Highball with horrible landing. Pad may help.

Location

Left of Graffiti dihedral

Protection

pad. Possible TR options.

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Eric L
Roseville, CA
  5.6 V0- X
Eric L   Roseville, CA
  5.6 V0- X
This is a great route for beginning climbers, both for bouldering but also for basic TR training. Any concerns with adding well concealed bolts in the large rock face on the top left as you exit the route for TR and rappel training? There are options to tie, but they are either far to either side, or all the way back to the little sad oak tree (long rope in dirt). Thanks. Sep 28, 2016
Kelley Gilleran
Sacramento, Ca
  5.6 V-easy
Kelley Gilleran   Sacramento, Ca
  5.6 V-easy
Please no bolts. This area is well suited for bouldering. You can see failed attempts at bolting this crack right at the top. Plus if you're creative rigging a directional for a TR naturally with slings and/or gear is easy. Most likely your hangers would be vandalized anyway.. Lead it on gear it's good. Sep 28, 2016
Eric L
Roseville, CA
  5.6 V0- X
Eric L   Roseville, CA
  5.6 V0- X
Thanks Kelley. I saw the previous attempt, so I asked. :) Sep 29, 2016
Eugenel Espiritu
PA
  5.7 V-easy
Eugenel Espiritu   PA
  5.7 V-easy
Don’t know why this route is ‘X’ safety rated. As a TR or trad route, it is very secure. Even as a bouldering route, the terrain gets easier at the top; two crash pads can protect the cheese grater fall potential. Could be very good for learning trad. Nov 3, 2018