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Hueco: V0+ Font: 4+

   
Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]
FA: Aaron Parlier
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Submitted By: Aaron James Parlier on Jul 23, 2010

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Description 

Located on the far downhill end of the face. start under the huge block that looks a bit suspect, but its way solid (do a jump test if you wont take my word for it).

Sit start below the massive beefy block on a left facing side-pull crimp jug. toss up and gain the so-so under-cling feature and move up/left to gain the back of the massive beefy block for the top out.

Location 

Located on the far downhill end of the face (closest to Invisible Woman). start under the huge block that looks a bit suspect, but its way solid (do a jump test if you wont take my word for it).

Sit start below the massive beefy block on a left facing side-pull crimp jug.

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This hold broke when I attempted the problem...
BETA PHOTO: This hold broke when I attempted the problem...
New beta for Biggie Good since the undercling broke...
BETA PHOTO: New beta for Biggie Good since the undercling brok...

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By ShockSLL
From: Charlotte, NC
Oct 26, 2010
rating: V1 5

Unforunately, the main hold broke on this problem when I gave it a go. Erica was still able to do the problem using the undercling beta but said it felt more like V2. I worked out some different beta using a slanting hold to the left where the crack ends and then moving up the crack to top out. We felt this was more like V1.
By Aaron James Parlier
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From: Boone, NC / Grayson, VA
Oct 27, 2010

so going straight up (doing the same line) is more V2ish now?
By ShockSLL
From: Charlotte, NC
Oct 27, 2010
rating: V1 5

Well, because the hold broke there really isn't a "straight up". You have to go to the left a little bit to use the undercling. The part of the undercling that is remaining is not nearly as good of a hold as what was there. But yes, Erica who did it using the hold before it broke and then did it again after it broke felt like it was harder and around V2.

The beta I worked out I still feel like follows the same line as before but feels easier (V1) than trying to use the undercling now.
By Aaron James Parlier
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From: Boone, NC / Grayson, VA
Oct 28, 2010

Okay cool, Ill edit the description