Call Me starts in the hueco, and the manufactured edge and one of the better slopers are chalked.
ID 106395501

Rate Photo
     Clear
  3.0 from 1 vote

Rob Riggleman
Apr 3, 2009
Call Me starts in the hueco, and the manufactured edge and one of the better slopers are chalked.
Chalked up and dead center in the photo is what used to be a poor dish that served as an intermediate for the left hand and (primarily) a very sketchy foot placement for the exit move. Some cheesedick chipped it into a bomber crimp and perfect foothold sometime around 2005. V4 seems fair now. Aug 5, 2010
andy patterson
Carpinteria, CA
andy patterson   Carpinteria, CA  
Be anachronistic and pretend the chipped hold isn't there next time you climb this problem. You won't be disappointed. Another great variation: left hand in the starting hueco, right hand on a small crimp, thrutch up right to shallow pockets, grovel. Aug 9, 2010

Nearby Photos