Sit start under the overhang with hands on two good holds. Make a long reach to the good slot then hold the swing as you get established below the next long move.
Make another long move to the good break, then finish rightwards and mantel.
Right end of NW face
Need help seeing the jug?
Mid Crux on Meadows Direct, V7-
Spring and grab - done.
The start throw.
|By Will S|
From: Joshua Tree
Oct 22, 2010
Really good problem and gets shade morning to midday or early afternoon depending on the season. Gym rats will love it with the long, steep, powerful moves. Huck to the break felt like the crux to me, but short climbers will find the opening move just as hard. For bonus, you get to watch quaking n00b leaders having epics on Walk on the Wild Side between burns.
May 4, 2012
Great problem, if the whole deal gives you some trouble try the stand start for a nice V5.
|By Brian Chastain|
Feb 10, 2014
I'm a shade under 5'8" and the first move was no issue. The second move was proving to be more difficult, but I only gave it about 4-5 goes.