Rescue crews in Joshua Tree National Park spent five hours prying a 20-year-old Las Vegas woman from a crevice on New Years’ Day.

The hiker was climbing Hemmingway Buttress when she fell about 6 feet and became wedged in the crevice some 100 feet above the ground, according to National Park Service officials.

Volunteers from the Joshua Tree Search and Rescue team used a high angle rescue system to pull her out and lower her to the ground. The hiker, who wasn’t seriously injured, was then airlifted to Desert Regional Hospital, park officials said.