Polished holds and a shallow pocket lead to a vertical lieback, then an attention getting mantle. After that it's all cake.
Can be a little glassy. Topout is easy 5th class.
Chalked and polished holds left of Hoof and Mouth.
crashpad / spotters
|By Chris Owen|
From: La Crescenta and Big Bear Lake
Jan 14, 2008
rating: V1 5
Slime is perhaps 5.10b, it's on the right - Pliers is on the left (facing rock).
|By Fat Dad|
From: Los Angeles, CA
May 8, 2008
I'll grant that this problem has become easier since some wanker massively enlarged what used to be a two finger pocker for the right hand, but it's not .10b. It's definitely a V1.
|By Mike Owen|
Apr 26, 2009
Ratings can be so subjective but this one is definitely fun. High left foothold helps the left hand layback on the hold below the mantle. Then go for it!