In its 27 (originally 31) pitches this route packs twelve pitches in the 5.13 to 5.14a (7c+ to 8b+) range and nine in the 5.12 (7a+ to 7c) range and is thus one of the most sustained one El Cap.
From Jacopo Larcher's Instagram:
We had to invest a lot of energies in this one. We had to clean a lot of pitches, figure out how to climb all those crazy corners, haul a lot of gear and spend a lot of days on the wall.
At the beginning we were just contemplating those pitches, wondering how it could even be possible to climb them. We had to be really creative and use every single part of our body to work our way up those corners.
I personally suck at this type of climbing, so it has been a real challenge and, at the same time, a huge satisfaction to climb it.
Big up once more to Tommy Caldwell I still can't immagine how someone could climb all those pitches in a day. You're a hero!
Free Magic mushroom what a blast!!! I never thought that I can climb all those crazy pitches. Especially the last hard one (just before the top) took everything I had...physically and emotionally. Falling on the last long move right before the chains made it to my biggest mental challenge.