I went direct to the right hand crux hold (no bump), then left heel beta. What a perfect deadpoint move! So cool and satisfying how the crux move becomes smooth, coordinated, and momentum based as you dial it in. It really starts to feel physically 'easy' (although very complex). The movement and grips on this boulder are 5 star; although, the overall setting of the bouldering and finicky conditions keep it from being 5 star imo.
It's been about 5 months since I tore my bicep and have been struggling to climb pain free, and this send marks the end of a dark chapter. So incredibly psyched and grateful to be feeling good again! This climb is so powerful, crystal whispery, tensiony, and low percentage. I punted and dabbed on the last move a few goes prior and was pretty afraid it wouldn't go, but I'm stoked it did :) https://kaya-app.kayaclimb.com/post/The-Perfect-Cave-v11-Squamish-88691/1258/1971
So psyched! Damn this thing was hard. Feels like, for me, the hardest thing I've done. It definitely took more work than any other boulder. This climb was so close to my limit if my skin or conditions were even a tiny bit poor I'd get totally shut down. A bit of a frustrating process but it sure felt awesome on the send.