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Ethic inherited from Joshua Tree National Park

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Left of Fisticuffs, at the back of the same major gully is an obvious, clean-looking crack that pulls up over a bulge before easing off. Climb this.

Clean hands -> off-hands -> fist crack that curves up to slightly overhanging. Starts in a high, slightly inset gully near the right end of the formation.

FA: John Long & Rick Accomazzo, 1973

To the right of Fisticuffs is a shorter flare-chimney that squeezes down to about body-thickness about half way up. Climb this.

FA graded it a "Vedauwoo 5.9", so it will likely feel considerably harder.

FFA: Cory Fleagle, 28 Sep 2015

FA: 28 Sep 2015

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