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Andrew Boulder Problem 

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

   
Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
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Submitted By: AdamB on Aug 16, 2009

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Andrew

Description 

Walk up the slab on the east side of the roof, grab the hold closest to the dihedral, paw and heel hook your way out the rail, and top out on good holds.

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Photos of Andrew Boulder Problem Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Ann Marie bouldering Andrew's problem in the Gunks
Ann Marie bouldering Andrew's problem in the Gunks
Rock Climbing Photo: Nate enjoying the fun
Nate enjoying the fun
Rock Climbing Photo: topping out Andrew
topping out Andrew
Rock Climbing Photo: Andrew
Andrew
Rock Climbing Photo: actually sending Andrew's
actually sending Andrew's
Rock Climbing Photo: Me attempting the Andrew Boulder Problem. Shortly ...
Me attempting the Andrew Boulder Problem. Shortly ...

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By rgold
From: Poughkeepsie, NY
Feb 6, 2010

BITD we also used to do this as a pure campus problem (no heel hooks) all the way to the finishing jug.
By Charles Kinbote
From: Brooklyn, NY
Mar 12, 2013

The description is a bit off. The vast majority of people just dyno to the jug ledge from the starting slab.
By Mark Lutterman
Aug 9, 2014

Fun to play with on a rainy day. Holds stay dry most of the way.
By Meg Grega
From: Holtsville, NY
Jun 18, 2015

Fun problem. I love the heel hook -- it's a cool move. A tip for that move, bump your heel all the way over to where your hand is, it makes the move a bit easier. The crimps after that are fun to weight.
By frank minunni
From: Las Vegas, NV
Jan 27, 2016

The myth, BITD, was that if you could do the Andrew Boulder, you could do Foops. I got the boulder problem and promptly failed on Foops that day. Did get it the next week anyway.

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