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Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
FA: Chase Gardner
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Gary on Jun 3, 2008

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BETA PHOTO: Making the throw to the finishing hold on "C....

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Sit start on an undercling and move right hand up to a sloper and then match hands. And now this is were it gets FUN, you throw hard out hard with your left hand to a good jug. A heel hook or campus move gets you over the top on this problem. You guys or gals over 6 ft may have to try this problem without a pad to avoid dapping when you dyno for the hold.


From the boulder on which "The Liberal" and "The Conservative" are located on head north on a faint dear trail for about 100ft. You will come across a a big boulder with a fallen tree on the east side and a over hang on the west side. You should also be able to look down hill from the boulder and see a green roof of a cabin down in laferty gulch. When at the over hang, this is the far left problem.


A couple pads if you under 6 ft

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Rock Climbing Photo: Dana on the start hold of "C.U.P"
Dana on the start hold of "C.U.P"

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By Gary
Jun 3, 2008

"C.U.P" stands for Chase's Un-named Problem. Let me know when you think of one Chase! On a personal note, this problems has one of the most fun dynos available and its a low ball to boot!
By Joshua Dreher
From: Bremerton, WA
Jun 4, 2008

I hate this problem!

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