Dave Parry- the first 'humble' man with a 8a scorecard
Quote from: Doylo on January 07, 2015, 04:57:57 pmDave Parry- the first 'humble' man with a 8a scorecard Look, I don't own a selfie stick, what more do you want?
FWIW the stand start is V12.
Hehe I lv the net, how does that work if it's an 8b into an 8b+ into a 7c? Not saying you're wrong standard
Quote from: standard on January 28, 2015, 10:16:15 amFWIW the stand start is V12.Well that's not going to stop many 8C-climbers in their tracks?
Start matched on a half-pad crescent shaped edge, paste your left foot on a glass smear as well as the right, pull on and do a left hand move to a quarter-pad, rounded, slick crimp. Bite down hard on this hold and move your right foot high and right onto a decent edge, then isolate the left arm and come right hand into the shark's tooth. This hold is so cool yet loco! How you grab this hold determines if you do the next move or not. For me, I place my ring finger on the left side of the spike and middle finger on the right side (the hold size is less than a quarter-pad and bites like no other). I then load my two fingers and wrap my thumb around the side of the tooth. When you get this, you make a fist with the wall and can feel the edge cut through a couple layers of skin, which is what holds you onto the wall. I then bring my left foot high on this knob right below the starting hold and explode to the left hand mini-pinch. This hold is slick, quarter-pad, and has an OK thumb catch, which makes it positive. It is hard to have the right accuracy to get this hold perfect. Now you are in the stand of Rastaman Vibration (V12). From here you switch your right foot onto the knob and place your left foot on a smear out left. You eye up the final half pad, rounded crimp and jump to it. Your feet go nearly horizontal while your fingers are squeezing these two holds. Once controlled, you do the remaining 30-foot slab to the top of the boulder.
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