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Continuum Hypothesis 

Hueco: V6-7 Font: 7A+ PG13

   
Type:  Boulder, 20'
Consensus:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
FA: PETER DODGE
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Submitted By: BIATHLON on Sep 28, 2009

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Description 

Start on a rounded crimp and a decent side pull. Move through bad crimpy gastons and poor feet till two good side pulls can be reached 10 feet up. Make a couple more big reaches on decent holds to the top.

"Squat/Stand start on the triangular crimps and the pinch on the curving arch. Use desperate feet to get you to some sharp crimps out left. Work up to the cool diagonal crimps then work your way right to a very enjoyable top-out. Overall, a route whose crux is at the beginning-requiring you to balance your technique with power. Once the first couple moves are reached, enjoyable climbing on positive crimps take you to the top of this very inspiring wall."
-PETER DODGE

Location 

the middle of the face between Warm Up Crack and the Blue Jaguar

Protection 

1-2 pads


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By Peter Dodge
From: Duluth, MN
Apr 1, 2010
rating: V6 7A

I finally climbed this yesterday. I will call it 'Continuum Hypothesis.' If I had to give it a grade, it would be V6. I think it is a very fun problem.

Squat/Stand start on the triangular crimps and the pinch on the curving arch. Use desperate feet to get you to some sharp crimps out left. Work up to the cool diagonal crimps then work your way right to a very enjoyable top-out. Overall, a route whose crux is at the beginning-requiring you to balance your technique with power. Once the first couple moves are reached, enjoyable climbing on positive crimps take you to the top of this very inspiring wall.
By JesseJ
From: Tucson, AZ
Apr 1, 2010

Nice work, Peter! I remember getting on this thinking it was The Blue Jaguar, and quickly realizing that it was a good distance above my ability. Well done!
By BIATHLON
From: Duluth Mn
Apr 2, 2010

Great Work Pete!!! Was out there working it a couple days ago but looks like you beet me to it. Will change name/grade/FA. Glad to see this got done. Who will be first to repeat.
By BIATHLON
From: Duluth Mn
Apr 2, 2010

Any pics from the send???
By Peter Dodge
From: Duluth, MN
Apr 2, 2010
rating: V6 7A

yeah, i'll get some more up soon