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BETA PHOTO: Pretty clear shot of the problem.
Sit start down in the jugs and find a sequence through sharp holds that won't rip your skin to shreds. Move up and left into the giant hueco and pull through a powerful move to get established on small crimps on the face. The crux comes as you try in vain to make it to the appealing-looking holds above.
Just across from A Steve Edwards' project, you can't miss it.
Pad. More than one helps.
Working on my nemesis during an evening session. ...
|By Sean Denny|
From: Los Angeles
Mar 8, 2010
Hardest V6 of my life. No joke. Awesome climb though.
|By andy patterson|
From: Santa Barbara, CA
Apr 18, 2010
That's funny, I agree: this is an insanely hard V6. The top holds seem to have gotten worse over the last few years.