Eric Tipton cruising the crux of Castle Crack, 5.10c.
Castle Crack, 5.10c, is one of the sweetest cracks in the San Bernardino Mountains for its grade. Nearly dead vertical, it goes from fingers to hands on a well-featured wall. The crux is in the first twenty feet. Here local climber Eric Tipton takes a brief rest before arching up and right into the remaining sixty feet of hand crack. Photo by Brad Singer.
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