On Liquor I Spent My Last Dime
|Consensus: || Hueco: V4+ Font: 6B+ [details]|
|FA: ||Robert Drysdale early 1990's|
|Season: ||Fall, winter, spring|
|Page Views: ||906|
|Submitted By: ||Dean Hoffman on Nov 15, 2007|
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Another classic on a wall loaded with them!
This line is 8' or so to the right of Booze Pig, and just right of Blackout. This 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 up and left, staying well left of the top of Undercling Fling is the way to go.
The direct start goes directly below the large side pull, and I don't think it changes the grade, but it changes the beta completely.
Right end of Booze pig wall, where wall starts to get steep and over hung.
Mmm crash pads