Type: Trad, TR, 65 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Joseph Lascurain on Jun 30, 2013
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Access Issue: Yosemite National Park climbing closures and conditions Details


The second crack from the left of the guide cracks. Climb the hand and finger crack to a rest ~20ft. off the deck. Then climb the right facing dihedral until you can move onto the slab and bolted anchors.

Using only the crack makes this climb a bit harder. The moves are easy with technique but the many knobs in the crack are not too kind to the feet. For those who wish there're ways to bypass sections of the upper and lower cracks.


2nd Guide Crack from the left. Just left of the pillar.


Standard rack. 2 bolt anchor or optional .5"- 4" gear anchor in the crack.


Andy W
Ft Collins
Andy W   Ft Collins
My favorite crack on this wall. Sustained start into a provoking corner. Very fun! Sep 2, 2017
I found a pair of climbing shoes left behind by a party of 3 on Sunday June 10. Let me know if they are yours, and I’ll return them to you! Jun 13, 2018