The Sit to Pete's Grit
|Type: ||Boulder, 1 pitch, 10'|
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|Submitted By: ||Mark MacClary on Jan 1, 2005|
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I know it's mentioned already but I figured I would put it in the database in case anyone wants to try it in the future. Start sitting with a left hand undercling (a foot off the ground) and a right side pull. Use a tiny crystal way out right for the right foot and a good left foot below your left hand undercling (helps to be flexable). Throw left to a gaston/sloper, right to another side pull, then the crux (for me). It's unweighting your right foot long enough to bump it to the good foot just like 3 feet away. Then your at the stand start V5. It's just that you have so much freaking tension on that foot, and no I have not sent it yet.
2 pads, one so you can land on your ass and one in case you blow the top. I highly recommend working on this thing in the morning when there is no sun and cool temps.
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