Siqing:Left hand pinky and hip position are the keys to the 2nd move! Agreed that don't bother looking for the toe hook if you're short.
adelaidekim:If you're short, don't bother look for this "toe hook" -- you can't reach it. Just dig your right toe real hard in the small hole and hope for the best. But it was all in the left hand for me - pinky to the left of the point, the other 3 fingers to the right. When that was on 100% correctly, it was done.
Bou:Finally got it! rawwrr! Right hand start on the top ledge, left hand on undercling. Left foot on higher sloppy ledge. Go directly left hand on top of sloppy bulge (between two ledges). right foot up, wide leg, and push body forward to get the right pinch, followed by bump to right crimp. Rest is okay.
laurenwatson:Tour de Fun with Miss Michelle Leblanc. That is the beta.
This memory will sit with me forever, this is the first time I took my mother out to climb and she was so proud of me for sending Superfly. Little did we both know that this would be the last time we would ever get out together. I know She is with me spiritually every step of my journey, but I still wish I could hug her everyday.
Physical, technical and incredible movement. Dunno how so many have this in their warm up circuit - I find it hard to repeat from time to time! My absolute favourite Squamish V4. Sneaky toe-hook down right makes the crux much easier.