A fun and challenging line just left of Kahuna Roof
. This low-start begins on a non-existant right hand crimp, and a low, left hand sloper (grab the one that feels like the more natural starting hold). Punch up through big slappy slopers (crux) to an easier top-out.
One pad will work fine.
Feb 21, 2011
Unfortunately this problem has broken. The right hand starting crimp has been pulled off of the wall. People have been trying with a right hand down next to the right starting foot (in the smaller pod). This new start likely makes the problem V11-12, although I don't think it's been repeated since it broke.