Start with thin, bouldery moves to thin hands in an acute flare. Pull a roof, and follow a splitter that starts thin hands and turns to sustained big hands/fists. This classic challenges you on a variety of sizes and techniques, plus it's ultra sustained.
Have a Heart Donna is the left-most (as far as I know) climb on the Pistol Whipped wall. Walk about 200 yards past Hijinx in the Desert on a faint trail. The climb starts atop a small rise.
Single set 3/8" to 3/4". Doubles to 3" and (3) 3.5" pieces wouldn't go unused. (1) #4 Camalot (optional).
An obvious climb (once you find it).
|By carl bullock|
Nov 18, 2009
i think the small pillar at the bottom shifts!
|By Alex Shainman|
From: the best place right now!
Feb 8, 2010
F.A. Joe Melley and Alex Shainman, Fall of 1997
named by Joe during a relationship "crisis"
aka Donna's Auburn
|By Devin Fin|
Oct 5, 2012
#4s uptop the piller at the base is all their .... tuff route that Donna must have been some kind of tuff bitch because this thing sure is..