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The heal hook makes this problem a lot easier.
The move is short but has a few good moves on it. Start with the left hand on the right side of the crystal and the left hand under the block. The crux is finding feet on the blank overhang.
Pull up on the start and move left hand to a small rail. From there throw your right hill to the good ledge fall to the right. (short people may have to almost dyno throw the hill)
From there move right hand to the bulging sloper than either match the left hand on the sloper or cross straight to the amazing pitch above it. Topout is easy just be careful due to moss etc.
Coming from the entrance follow the path straight past triple XXX and past a big boulder on the right. You will come to a large boulder with a small overhang on the right and 2 solid cracks going up and left from the middle on the left side with a high ball topout.
The problem is located on the right side on an obvious large white crystal.
By Neil Rankin
From: Winston-Salem, NC
Feb 2, 2014
rating: V4 6B
Easier than Triple X and California Girls, which are both pretty stiff V4's.
By Luke Cornejo
From: Durham, NC
Nov 29, 2016
Governing Dynamics Direct V6/7 starts the same, but skips the bulge and huge jug and goes left to top out. It would be fun except it is a super contrived eliminate problem.