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Center Visor 
Visor Lip, The 
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Center Visor 

Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

Type:  Boulder, 10'
Consensus:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
FA: Scott Erler or Kerwin Klein
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Submitted By: Obi on Jul 10, 2007

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Attempting to get out to the lip...


A roof problem that runs up the center of the Visor (hence the name...). An excellent problem, it uses holds that are less sharp than its neighboring problems.


Start under the Visor roof at the horizontal crack. Work your way under the roof to two juggy holds at the apex of the lip. Finish as per Visor Lip.


Spotter, Crashpad

Photos of Center Visor Slideshow Add Photo
Jackie Trejo working the center visor.
Jackie Trejo working the center visor.
Jeff on Center Visor - V6
Jeff on Center Visor - V6
Me working the Visor.
Me working the Visor.
Still working the Visor
Still working the Visor
Sticking the dyno with a right hand.
Sticking the dyno with a right hand.

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By C Miller
Jul 10, 2007

FA was Scott Erler or Kerwin Klein (I think).
By klk
Oct 26, 2007

Scott Erler found this boulder, and we did different versions of the center route, followed by hordes of eliminates. The true center route was just a bit right, and after a key hold was glued in place, Matt Beebe bagged that one.
By PrrdyLady
From: Riverside, CA
Jul 6, 2012

My attempt at the center visor
By PrrdyLady
From: Riverside, CA
Sep 17, 2012

Ted Frelke sending! With his ever so epic top out.
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