Jon Glassberg, of Louder than 11, climbing a couple of Rumney’s finest, Satan’s Sister Sally (V10) and Satan’s Choice (V11).
Here is how Mountain Project describes the problems:
The direct start to Satan on a Halfshell. A superior problem in my opinion. Start to the left of Satan on a Halfshell with your left hand on an incut finger jug and your right hand on a sidepull. Throw up a right heel, utilizing two very small right hand crimps and a left hand slot that all take body tension and precision to stick. Getting your feet on the start holds, deadpoint up to a left hand crimp, hold the swing, and make one more crimpy move to the lip. Topout is cake…
Satan’s Choice (V11)
From the crimp rail start of Pyramid Power, head up and right onto two small edges, then make a very powerful move to a sharp jug. Hold the swing, then celebrate because the finish is a stroll on great sculpted holds. This is a beautiful line on great rock that takes serious finger strength to pull off.