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Another Day Dream 

Hueco: V3 Font: 6A

   
Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V3 Font: 6A [details]
FA: JJ Schlick
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: JJ Schlick on Oct 30, 2006

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Schlick lost in Another Day Dream V3.

Description 

On the right side of the Daydream Boulder ST with hands on good jugs. Work past gaston into undercling, and then into two locker hand jams. Jugs at the top. This is deffinately one of the reasons for a visit. Good clean fun.

Location 

Day Dream boulder right side.

Protection 

pad


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D pulling the first move on a very dreary day.
D pulling the first move on a very dreary day.
Paul throwin' big!
Paul throwin' big!
John K. sending
John K. sending
Here is the bit easier, smoother start. We can reach that right hold with a sit start. A shorter climber might have trouble getting it.
Here is the bit easier, smoother start. We can rea...
This is one way to start out the problem. Although I felt this way was harder than the next pic of Paul starting it out. I figured out the other start and we all used it. Much smoother. Although it might be a tall man start.
This is one way to start out the problem. Although...
and he slaps her down!
and he slaps her down!

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By Michael Richichi
From: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Sep 8, 2014

I left my phone in the car, so I didn't have MP or pictures of other people climbing to look at when I came across this boulder. For me, the obvious line was a sit start with matching hands on the low ledge, then working my hands up the right arÍte using two or three holds before securing the undercling pocket. After that, I tried three different finishes:
1. hand jam the crack
2. shifting my weight to the left to push hard on the right with my feet so that I could use the left side of the crack as a side pull instead
3. high feet and dynoing to the right top corner of the crack
I like all the different options to finish it depending on your style of climbing. I avoided the left arÍte completely since I wasn't sure if it was on, but I think using it would detract from the flow of the line I sent.