matthewjohnson:Watch dat first slippy foot as you come into the undercling.
Simon Parton:Big move right, left hand sidepull, right hand up, bump cross right, left to wide crimp, hard left foot swing out to big stump. match. right hand gaston to jug rail. match. right hand to positive undercling. cross to lip jug. Deploy parachute and drop off.
Huge thanks to Eddie for convincing me to try one last time before leaving, and all the crews past and present that brought the psych, beta, pads, and support. Took four years to put this one together, it's been a battle and I'm a little sad it's over. 4 stars because drop-off, time to work the top...
Should have been an onsight but that first foot be slippy! Second go. One of the most photogenic boulders in the world just happens to have one the coolest problems on the planet on it. A must climb for the grade.
Yes!!! I did fucking evilution. Climbing with the legendary Ronnie Jenkins in the snow. That lip is the highest I've ever dropped from. Amazing moves, probably the best stand start to a drop off I can think of. "I'm so happy right now".
Fun as. Burly. felt like the hardest problem ive done in bishop so far. 4 goes. a side note, i think its funny that this is widly accepted as a problem though the jug is only half way. maybe ill do 'Ambrosia to the Jug' next.