Rotator Cuff (SDS V6 Stand V5)
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Jay Shultis working Rotator Cuff, Scott Dahl spot.
Classic! Same start on the large detached block as The Green Knob. Move up and right along crimps, under clings, and a bizarre crescent shaped feature. Focus hard on your left foot and move up to a crimp/jug facing the opposite direction. Top out. This problem is often hot and muggy, but is not to be missed. Work it a little bit and you will find out where its namesake came from! Starting on the second rail (skipping 1st two moves) goes at V5. Very sequential and technical.
Other side of the cave, right of The Green Knob.
From: Chattanooga, TN
Jan 22, 2013
rating: V6 7A
Rotator Cuff has, in fact, broken as of January 2013. The angular shelf (start of the stand) is now a pretty solid jug. Likely makes both the sit and the stand V5.