This quality variation adds an indirect "direct" start to Porkus Non Gratis. Liquid Pork Traverses into Porkus at the third bolt, adding 30 of fun, mostly juggy climbing. Begin a the far right end of the large boulder. The first crux comes immediately after the first bolt, with a long crank between good holds. From here, brave the unnecessary runout on crisp edges & vertical slots to some large huecos. Traverse left to the third bolt, mindful of the potential for rope drag. Continue up through the reachy crux of Porkus to the anchor.
The line right of Porkus, that traverses left to finish on Porkus.
6 bolts to Porkus anchor. The bolting on this variation is funky, and detracts a bit. There is a long, pointless runout between bolts 1 & 2 that could result in a ground fall. It's plausible that a finger-sized nut could be used to supplement. This is probably easy to TR from Porkus.
From: Morrison, CO
May 14, 2008
This is listed at 5.11d in the Sharpend guide. I didn't think it was any harder than Porkus. I thought the crux of both routes was the long reach to the sloper above the 3rd bolt.