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Ghost Dancing

5.8, Trad, 30 ft,  Avg: 2.3 from 3 votes
FA: First known ascent, 12/04/2016
California > Joshua Tree NP > Rdside Rocks > Blue Highways


A great finger crack/lieback that you'll wish was longer. Begin the obvious finger crack on the north side of the corridor. Don't be tempted to back-step to other wall of the corridor (that would be too easy!), pull the desperate finish to the ledge. Next, traverse climber's left, turn-around and lean across the corridor to finish up the hand crack on the opposite wall.

"These are the days that must happen to you"


In the narrow corridor on the left end of this crag. Climb begins on the north side of the corridor and crosses over to finish on the south side.


0 C3 to #4 C4
Anchor in the widening hand-crack further back

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Steve stepping across to the hand crack
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[Hide Comment] Fun route! Clean crack combined with exfoliating face forces you to rely on your crack technique. The step across is a blast and ends with hero hand jams! Dec 12, 2016