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The Fist Crack 

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Type:  Trad, Boulder, 20'
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Submitted By: JNE on May 13, 2009

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This is a very nice slightly overhanging left leaning fist to offwidth highball. Though a little shy of twenty feet, the crux comes at the top, transitioning into the offwidth. This is a very classic problem.


When walking out to Reynolds Hill the road takes a right near some rocks and starts following the creek. Just past this point, clearly visible in the boulders just off the road to the right, is this left-leaning crack.


Pads or balls.

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By bart cubrich 1
Jul 18, 2014
rating: V0+ 4+

Landing is great! Use balls for pro!
By Skye Swoboda-Colberg
From: Laramie, Wyoming
Sep 2, 2014

Fell at the crux. Clean landing except my right fist jam entering the crux was so solid my tape glove was torn off when I failed to establish a good chicken wing with my left arm. Falling at the crux is safe but highly undesirable.