Thunder and Lightning – V6
Land of Oz
SDS on pockets below the obvious sloper. Move up and right to a finishing jug.
Bumped up to the right sidepull then left to a small two finger pocket, set your feet up and go straight up to the good right crimp-pinch.
Pretty straight forward climb, moving through the sloper is the crux, using the dimple for your left finger(s) makes a huge difference
SO GOOD once you figure out the best way to stick to the sloper. now to try the V7 extension which looks chossy and sharp; my favourite !
Winter boulder problem, went faster than I expected.Thanks Thomas for support.
Was super fun. Got in a couple of tries. That sloper was super slippery but was able to power through it.
Easy if you mono instead of using the sloper...
milked those slopers all the way to the top. had to move my feet about 6 times more than my tall friends, but feel like I learned a lot about positioning. great problem.
Not really that bad, just need to hang onto the slopers in a very specific way.
finally I get to mention glass
Them slopers!!! Hard moves into and out of slopers then it's a gimmie!
Does it count if you skip the sloper? See beta if you prefer gross pockets and sharp edges to slippery slopers.
Making the move to the right ledge is pretty awesome
This was my first outdoor V6, a good climb to do on your own if you only have one pad since the landing area is small and flat.
Slimy and grimy! Those were the most polished slopers I've seen to date! Glad to have put it down in a day.
Worst slopper the world has ever seen. Today was a good friction day.
Glassiest Sloper Ever
look for thumb catch on the sloper for the left hand
Those glassy slopers... Damn!
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