Here is my variation: Sit start with left hand on the juggy sidepull about 3 feet off the ground and the right hand on a kind of lumpy sidepull thing a little lower and further out on the right side. Figure out some feet and just crank upwards. Once you are standing on the ledges and have the big upper jugs its easy, but a fall could be nasty. In the guide I think this is listed as "(V0)* OTD. The Inside Corner", maybe the standing start could be V0, but I thought the lower start was quite a bit stiffer, maybe V2/3. I'll say V3- and see what others think.
on the W-SW face of the main lower boulder, there is an obvious huge jug on the left side(the start to "no feet traverse"). This problem is the first dihedral/seem about 6 feet to the right of the jug.
Pad, a spotter is good too
|Comments on Middle Inside Corner, Lower
From: Tucson, AZ
Aug 11, 2009
rating: V1 5
I wouldn't say the sit is a v3, but it does make it more challenging. My vote is V1