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Dirty Deeds 

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

Type:  Trad, Boulder, 20'
Consensus:  Hueco: V4- Font: 6B [details]
FA: Justin Edl and John Langston, 2001
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Submitted By: JNE on Sep 21, 2006

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This is a short very overhanging hand and finger crack with a tight hands crux pulling over the lip. After getting over the lip the difficulty drops big time, and you can enjoy the casual "highball" topout. Start on your bum in the lowest handjam pod. The name was inspired by the little poem carved into the tree nearby.


Walk past the two Scarpelli problems and locate an old retired road that leads through the forest for a couple hundred feet before reaching a clearing. Upon reaching the clearing, head downhill and to the left, going for the obvious drainage where you pick up a faint trail. When you get to the willow bushes, head right to the obvious big rocks stacked together. There will be an A-frame cave between two boulders, and Dirty Deeds is the overhanging splitter on the west side of this A-frame.


I pad is nice. Sometimes the landing is a little damp so a pad really helps keep your shoes clean.

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Rock Climbing Photo: Dirty Deeds parking pullout.
Dirty Deeds parking pullout.

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By Davin Bagdonas
Jun 4, 2007

FA: Justin Edl

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