|The Other Place
Stretch out because you're going to get some HIGH left feet on this one. There are a couple of different ways to work through the crux, though, so if high feet aren't your thing, don't get scared off.
Starting from the ledge, climb up through some moderately difficult moves trending left to a rest stance. Gather up your strength and go for the well-protected crux a little bit above, making use of a great side-pull.
Sit down, knee-bar, or just keep climbing through the much easier terrain to the anchor.
Up on the left side of the ledge that stands between Tiggers and Airplanes and Hundred Acre Wood.
6 bolts, bolt anchor
|By Chrissy V|
From: Boulder, CO
Nov 29, 2011
rating: 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c
I'm 5' 5" so I had to be techy about the crux, but definitely cruisy climb ones you figure out the moves. My first 11a!
|By Gif Zafred|
From: Pittsburgh, PA
Sep 4, 2013
Tall, inflexible guy beta: Forget the high step and small right hand crimp. Use a low right foot, low right pinch, and dyno to the jug.