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Bumble Bee 

Hueco: V2+ Font: 5+

   
Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V2+ Font: 5+ [details]
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Submitted By: Tyler Logan on Mar 14, 2008

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Step through and reach.

Description 

Perhaps the best problem on the wall, this problem shares the start of Killer Bees but moves right and then up using an interesting pinch and requiring good balance and footwork, ending at approximately the same place as the Beehive Mantle.

Location 

3rd problem right of the crack

Protection 

crash pad


Photos of Bumble Bee Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Beehive Wall Right Topo
BETA PHOTO: Beehive Wall Right Topo
Rock Climbing Photo: About to make the crux move up to the jug on Bumbl...
About to make the crux move up to the jug on Bumbl...
Rock Climbing Photo: Will looking good on Bumble Bee
Will looking good on Bumble Bee
Rock Climbing Photo: Will following through the pinch
Will following through the pinch
Rock Climbing Photo: Will moving on up, pinch'n it hard
Will moving on up, pinch'n it hard
Rock Climbing Photo: the pinch
the pinch
Rock Climbing Photo: Beehive Wall Center Right Topo
BETA PHOTO: Beehive Wall Center Right Topo

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By Ryan DeBruyn
From: Redlands, CA
Dec 20, 2009
rating: V2+ 5+

Crux move is after the pinch. obvious left side pull then what?
By Drew Hecht
Jul 3, 2011
rating: V2+ 5+

This is a fun balancy climb. To answer the question above there are two ways to finish this. The best way is to apply foot work and step on the small nubin on the slight bulge out right and reach up to the rail. This requires getting the right, left, right, left, right foot sequence correct so you end up in the right position. The second is to dyno from the left side pull to the rail.

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