scottbenish:High right foot to start. The really high one.
Tucker Webb:The highest right foot imaginable and if you don't have someone to show you it you will probably miss it, but it's amazing. Unless your good with super high steps and flexible then you will need to stack the pads. But it's worth it.
Another magic problem squamish provides. Followed the start by the guide book, felt impossible until found the balance. This is the kind of climb had to start the way it should, otherwise, not as high quality as the grade. Tried the matching the start with high step after send this thing, totally get why ppl calling this thing soft.
Notorious climb for me, didn't think it mattered how strong I got, doubted I could send it for a long time. I finally stuck the sloper and managed to bump to the crimp, then I got it 5 times in a row to the crimp and just had to figure out my feet. Found scrunchy feet and then a huge thrutch to the jug on the lip left. PSYCHED!
I'm guessing on the date but I believe it was something like 14 years ago when I first climbed this amazing problem. Always happy to pull off a repeat, like the one I managed last night. A quintessential Squamish classic.