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hardest power crux I ever pulled
Beta spoiler: this route taught me how leg tension can solve tiny holds on steep terrain. This latest beta accounts for the hold breaks:
RH reach or deadpoint to high little jug ledge far right (3’) of and slightly higher than bolt #2. (Option: step on plant.)
LH diagonal crimp under RH (there are no comfortable options).
Campus up, LF to point, RF on indention ramp.
LH gaston above and right of bolt #2.
LF crimp far left, left of mild arete.
RF best mini-ramp over roof (the leftmost of 2).
RH jam 2pocket just above LH. Too hard to release LH, so next move is dynamic.
Pull in. With momentum heading towards cliff, LH snatch far left long pinch under hueco; hit it low.
RH crimp under the bad hueco; left side is deeper so 2 digits can curl deep.
RF little ramp 18” above roof (4” left of bolt2).
LH up slightly to little 2finger ledge crimp.
RH juggy middle of brown flake where it has a horizontal crack.
LH clip bolt #3.
LF slightly right on chossy area.
LH sloper on the wide ledge. Shuffle hands along the ledge until both are on jugs at leftmost part of the ledge.
Clip with LH to rest it more for the crux.
LF left hueco, RF blobs; this tilts your body diagonally, feet left of head. (The point of it is getting a higher LF to reach
the next RH.)
Crux: next three handholds.
LH paper-thin crimp at bolt level, 3’ left of bolt.
RH deadpoint half-pad sika-coated knob sloper. Usually have to adjust knuckle levels after the hit.
RF onto jug ledge; rock on.
LF flag slightly right of body. (Don’t overdo it in a counter-balance attempt; it’s too steep.)
Stand up a little, pressing LF hard and dragging it up the cliff.
LH snatch brown sidepull crimp.
RH to obvious juggy slot below the right of two caves.
LH reach deep to jug knob on bottom of the left cave.
RH pinch scary looking brown stuff.
LH reach deep in upper part of cave to jug handle formed by two outcrops that almost join, forming a thin crack. Clip permadraw.
RH sidepull on left side of right cave. You’re runout! Belay do not pull climber (towards ledge) before he falls.
RF hard-to-set knee bar: put toe low in the cave to leave room to point knee into cave, then move toe up. Setting knee shallow may be
better than going for a deep kneebar. Painful no-hands or light-hands rest.
LF bend leg straight for better rest.
RH reach to juggy ledge while kneebar still set.
LH marginal sidepull among lots of bad options.
RH juggy horn; bump to even better jug near right anchor.