|Type:||Trad, 1 pitch, 80'|
|Original:||YDS: 5.9+ French: 5c Ewbanks: 17 UIAA: VI ZA: 17 British: E1 5a [details]|
|Submitted By:||Tony B on Nov 22, 2002|
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|Comments on Unknown Left - AKA: Toilet Crack Left||Add Comment|
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By Jason Shumaker
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Nov 18, 2006
|This is a fun route and makes for a quick climb if you are short on time. The anchors are in poor shape and need some attention: the old piton looks decent but he bolt and hangar are slowly pulling out and the nut can be loosened by hand. The webbing needs to be replaced as well. The route doesn't get much sun in the morning in Nov. Watch out fort he cacti!|
From: Amherst, MA
Dec 31, 2009
|Left Toilet Crack has at least two established pitches. My partner and I climbed the chimney/gash from the ledge after the dirty chimney to bulge into dihedral pitch,to a ledge on the right(can be seen in new guide book pics). Climbed one more short pitch to a single bolt anchor not much higher.|
By Ray Hellinger
From: Around SW US
Apr 22, 2015
|The route description here, and the comments, makes me think people are not on Left Toilet Crack. Left Toilet crack starts at the same point as Right Toilet Crack (see that route for approach info). It starts as 4th class scrambling to the left of the large trees growing out of a chimney system. You will arrive at a ledge below a deep chimney. The guidebook says to build an anchor here, but you can just keep going and do it as one pitch. Enter the chimney with a finger crack on the left wall, and a hand crack deep in the chimney on the right wall. Climb up to the corner below the roof. Pull super fun moves out the roof to the left, then follow stellar twinn hand cracks for approximately 80ft. The whole climb, when done this way, is around 180ft. Anchor is 3 bolts equalized with webbing and a large screw link. Gear (these are BD cams): 1 x 4, 2 x 0.3-3, nuts. Ths route is WAY better than it looks from below and I highly recommend it. It's a cool variety of climbing.|
By Tony B
From: Around Boulder, CO
Apr 23, 2015
It is the wrong route, no doubt...
The question is who edited it to put the AKA: in there and make this the wrong route?!?!
I just described what I described and called it an unknown.