Diamond Cave again. I wanted to redeem myself on Chock Dee 6a.
Thankfully I was able to redpoint it without any problem.
After finishing up Chock Dee 6a I wanted to climb Keep The Jam, Man 6a again but some other people were on it. I decided to give No Name 6a+ a try. Based on my poor onsight performance of the 6a’s on this wall I wasn’t feeling super confident of sending this route. But somehow I did it. Near the crux I was feeling the pump and considered falling but decided to stick with it and somehow I got through it. So I was pretty happy with the onsight and it helped boost my confidence.
Then I decided to climb the 6b to the right (also named “No Name”). The anchor was pretty close to No Name 6a+ so I just moved the rope over. I was feeling confident from my previous climb but also tired so I didn’t want to lead a 6b.
The start of No Name 6b is difficult and bouldery. Once up and on the little ledge the climbing is a little easier but it is consistent and sustained. It’s a fun short climb.