3 sessions. Right heel has easier moves except one hard compression slap that threw me off many times before something clicked and I never fell off again. Left heel is technical and tensiony, consistently hard.
Tried it once last year, several days on and several fingertips taped and it felt hard. Today after a long shift at work still got it done in like 15 min. I liked this boulder. Fun traverse on a technical heel. Edgy and some powerful moves. Left heel hook beta.
This one was a bit of a struggle. So many options for the end, all felt equally impossible for me. That was until Kim gave me some new beta which worked perfectly. Came back when it was just below freezing and took it down!
Done it first in 2008. Just a repeat. Was my nemesis then and still is but I had to redo it the "proper" way. You know, no cheating with the V6 version with a high and far heel on the right. Watch rampage for the proper line.
BOO YA! So damn stoked. I've put in a couple sessions on this thing over the past few years, but only today did I work out my proper beta. Definitely feeling stronger from a good winter in the gym so that helps. Onwards and Upwards!
Finally! First go of the day went bad, second go went even worse. I was almost giving up on climbing, until I tried the end sequence again and figured it out, sent next go! Solid until I went for the jug and my right hand slipped, held on and started celebrating before almost messing up the easy mantel, I had to make a desperate-off-balance-slap-of-hope before falling backwards YAY!