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At the far right side of the New New Place, right of Twin Cracks
, Hard Crack
seeks out a right-facing overhanging wide hands crack which is midway up the face. You have a few choices to get up to this, none are particularly difficult or rewarding, but it is easiest coming in from blocky terrain a little to the rightt. The crux is probably easiest to lieback, and protects with a #3 camalot. The climb is not as hard after this steep section.
Right of Twin Cracks.. find the right-facing overhanging offwidth 1/2 way up. Choose your variation to get there.
Cams to 3", and nuts. There may be a 2-bolt anchor at the top, or, if not, you can probably use the Twin Cracks anchors, rather than causing further damage to trees (or, build your own anchor with gear).
By Daniel Trugman
From: La Jolla, CA
Nov 26, 2009
rating: 5.10 6b 20 VII- 19 E2 5b
A little bit dirty (water-runoff?) but with a fun, strenuous crux. This is a good route to push yourself on if you aren't solid at the grade because the gear is great and the route feels a bit easier than other 10+ cracks in White Rock.