Daniel started trying out the project at the beginning of April this year. During that time the conditions ranged from 10 degrees Centigrade to 15 degrees. During that time it was fairly quick to make progress on the route and he was able to do the moves at the start and the middle section.
The project that is now called Mission Impossible and it is very technical and condition dependent. Daniel spent six to seven days working on it before finishing it off. He states that it is the hardest sport route he has climbed so far and proposes the grade of 9a or 5.14d. “It felt physically and mentally harder then Jaws 2, and maybe it could be 9a+ or 15a”, but also continues and says that repeaters can decide.
Daniel needed 6-7 days to make the first ascent of Mission Impossible*says this is his most difficult route to date and gives it 9a, though it could very well be 9a+.
*Daniel originally wanted to call it Death row but then decided to keep the name Jay Samuelson, who bolted it, gave it.