Try and figure this one out without beta, you'll be glad you did - a wonderful unlikely sequence of almost zen-like moves leads to a small crimper (used be a nice jug) then smearing and stemming (crux) lead to the final slopers....
West side of B1
Crashpads and spotters.
Video Video of MOR here. VIDEO
Tony Tennessee's footwork...
Owen reaches for the sloper...
Seeking out, or trying to, the correct way to star...
By Jon McCartie From: Edmond, OK Jan 19, 2008 rating: V5 6C
The dish has broken. I sent it today -- it still goes, but getting established in the dish requires some patience
By Euan Cameron Administrator From: Redlands and Mammoth Lakes Jan 9, 2011
Brilliant movement. This has got to be one of the sweetest problems around.
By Chris Humphries From: LA Jun 29, 2014
More breakage on the big dish (early 2014?). I think it may actually add a better foot, but it is a shame this classic keeps getting climbed after rain and broken.
By Alec Stein Jul 11, 2014
The left sidepull that appears in the photo broke off about a year ago.