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Rock Climbing Photo: Red rock of the Cathedral group from the summit of...
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By Austin Sobotka
From: Tucson, AZ
Oct 29, 2012
anybody know if the crack on the left pillar is an established climb?
By Ray Vought
Dec 3, 2012
The tower is South Mesa Pinnacle. There are remnants of bolts leading from the ground into the crack you mean. Moving counterclockwise around to the other side, is the Dodger route; crack -> grotto -> formation-splitting crack, which at that height is an airy chimney.

Continuing counterclockwise, there's another line with a bolt visible; buttress -> crack -> roof leading right -> subsidiary summit, -> easy step across the scary chimney. That's "200000 Light Years from Home".
By Kevin Keith
Nov 27, 2016
The wide crack on the right side of the photo is the top unprotected pitch of "A Tough Crack to Nut"
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Red rock of the Cathedral group from the summit of the Mace. March 2008

Submitted By: Tavis Ricksecker on Apr 7, 2008
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