La Memel 7a+

Franchard Isatis, Fontainebleau

Crimps High Slopers

Tall. Proud. Classic.

The first move is all about the timing of a left toe hook. This is the short person's crux, whereas taller climbers struggle with the move above.

That upper move off the slopers to the pinch demands a bit of conviction. Go for it. It's quite positive.

Hopefully you've brought a spotter or two to move your pads around once you're up high. If not, don't worry. Take your time to find the good holds and the right way to hold them. It's not hard. It's just a long way down.

This is one you won't forget.

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