Some say it is harder the HPD some say it is easier. I think it is easier.
Same start as HPD but go straight up. Long lock-off to good crimp, followed by pinches and a blind push to a decent sloper. Protection
By Tommy Klinefelter Mar 4, 2009
Even though High Plains Drifter gets the most attention, I believe this problem the better line. It's direct, therefor less contrived, and has moves that are classic Buttermilk. Reachy and very dependent on conditions.
By Tim Steele From: Bishop, CA. Mar 4, 2009
FA: another Dale Bard old school classic.
By tcamillieri From: Denver Nov 30, 2009 rating: V6 7A
THE standard for V6. Sherman thought Change of Heart was High Plains Drifter in his Hueco Guide book that established the V-scale.
By Andy Liu From: Mammoth Lakes, CA Apr 23, 2010 VIDEO
By Colin R From: Ottawa, ON Apr 5, 2013 rating: V6 7A
tcam is correct - the old Bishop guidebook even had this one mixed up with High Plains Drifter hence the confusion. High Plains has always been the standard for V7 in the area and Change of Heart V6.