On their very first hike to the Tsaranoro Atsimo they spotted a smooth, green, yellowish wall followed by a perfect headwall right next to “Mora Mora” (a line first free climbed by Adam Ondra in 2010 at 8c). They knew it as soon as they saw it. This was the unclimbed line they were after.
Armed with a drill, skyhooks and a thirst for exploration, the duo tackled the face head on. Steadily they moved their way up the dark granite climbing on positive crimps of grade 6-7. Crimping hard, making big falls, trying to figure out methods and searching for features to continue bolting, they managed to advance up to three fourths of the pitch. The headwall was next and proved to be the biggest challenge. The climbing was vertical with small rounded crimps and crystals. After almost a whole day they managed to conquer this obviously harder section. They took to their portaledge for the night and the next day they finished the last pitch at a surprisingly quick tempo.