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Classic Corner 

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

Type:  Boulder, 20'
Consensus:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
FA: John Gill
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Submitted By: Anonymous Coward on Sep 21, 2001

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On the Sylvan Lake Campground boulder. From the rail that skirts the lake, you'll probably notice Central Yellow wall first. Give that problem a go..its an all time classic boulder problem. John Gill had a knack of finding such problems. If you sent that problem with ease, then take a look a few feet to the right on the rounded arete. There is a nice little problem with nice little holds. There are some wicked moves on this problem. Just Send it!


Just a pad or two. If your like me, dont really worry about it since you won't make it high enough off the ground to really have a possibility of injury.

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By Bob Archbold
Aug 15, 2002

John Gill also did the FA of this boulder problem.
By Joshua Dreher
From: Bremerton, WA
Jan 25, 2007

Good problem. Definitely not a V5. Hard 3 easy 4 maybe.
By Gary
Jul 5, 2008
rating: V4 6B

Fun problem. I love when you get to use a solid heel hook. Plus the beach is only a few feet away if you need to cool off. v4
By allen simons
Jul 5, 2008

Just wanted to say good job to Morgan from Cincinati. I was working the corner the other day trying to get my old ass up it and up walks this high school kid asking for the beta. You could tell the drive from ohio had him ready to attack the rock. He onsighted it in fine style. Good Job! Oh, and his parants were pretty cool sitting there calmly watching their son top out on a 25 foot boulder problem with no sweat dripping off thier brows.
By Robbie Freidel
From: The Needles of South Dakota
Dec 19, 2012

id probably rate it at b1. just sayin.

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