|Booze Pig Wall
On Liquor I Spent My Last Dime
|Consensus: || Hueco: V5-6 Font: 6C+ [details]|
|FA: ||Robert Drysdale early 1990's|
|Season: ||Fall, winter, spring|
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|Submitted By: ||Dean Hoffman on Nov 15, 2007|
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This line is 8' or so to the right of Booze Pig, and is a classic wingspan problem. They didn't call Rob the Condor for nothing. Look for a very typical, and sharp two finger pocket on the bulge for the left hand. Get your feet up, and launch upwards towards a good, right facing sidepull jug with the right hand. There is a crimp, right on the top of this hold, and the direct finish move up and left, staying well left of the top of Undercling Fling. Very cool. I have done the direct start, below the large side pull, and I don't think it changes the grade, but it may shorten that move.
Right end of Booze pig wall, where wall starts to get steep and over hung.
Mmm crash pads