Start at the good triangular hold. Make a big move to gain the sloping rail. Powerful but balancy moves follow as you pull hard to get both hands onto the slopers.
Care is needed at the top.
Arete on the right of the wall
Pads - watch for the awkward boulder at the base.
Pull Down Like DeJesus (v4)
Working up and along the rail on Pull Down Like De...
Pulling and Balancing on Pull Like De Jesus, V4.
BETA PHOTO: East side Topo
James Trying to Pull Down Like Jesus.
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Making the big move to the sloping rail, on Pull L...
Pull Down Like De Jesus
|By Euan Cameron|
From: Redlands and Mammoth Lakes
Oct 23, 2007
I can't confirm the FA details, but I think the name does refer to Julie De Jesus
|By Jon O'Brien|
Dec 11, 2009
I assumed it was a big lebowski reference: the hilarious sketchy bowler guy named de jesus...
much less funny if its named after Julie De Jesus, but the 88 FA was before the movie so...
|By Christian Prellwitz|
From: Telluride, CO
Apr 26, 2013
rating: V4 6B
I love this climb. It has great movement and friendly holds.
Sep 5, 2013
rating: V4 6B
There are a bunch of good variations as well that are worth playing with.
Just make sure to pad it carefully due to the ankle snapper landing.
|By Tim Steele|
From: Bishop, CA.
Sep 24, 2013
Trivia: Mick Ryan named this after Julie, but it had been done previously as noted above. As many people know, Mick named or renamed many Eastside problems when he published his guides (which isn't a bad thing really, otherwise this problem would probably be "unnamed" as most of the oldschool problems on the Eastside tend to be). Julie had actually done the problem starting at the Choice of Weapons start (AKA Choice of Jesus as it's now known, V6ish?). She didn't name either problem though.