It's actually not that hard, only 11a. The crux is near the lip where the crack get too wide for hands. I found an easier way to do the crux. I grab the side of the big hole visible in the photo, and reach over the lip, just above the big hole with right hand. Then kick the left foot over the lip onto a good hold.
nice looking gem Marc (& ditto on on Martin's comment). I tried something that seems to be similar in City of Rocks a week ago....perfect hands through an overhanging bulge going to fists (#3.5-4 camalot) just as the angle kicks back to vertical....so gassed from hanging on my arms/fists that I fell though I was past the curx :)
anyway, nice shot.
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