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Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+

Type:  Boulder, 50'
Consensus:  Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+ [details]
FA: Jake R
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Submitted By: Bob Broilo on Dec 31, 2009

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BETA PHOTO: Angela boulder 1 - Edges


A very long traverse with great moves on some unpleasant holds. In fact one hold in the middle is somewhat infamous and is dubbed "British Steel". The top out is a bit tall but can be padded well.

The alternate problem is more fun but more pumpy, and avoids the jugs in the beginning using some long, powerful moves to go straight to the double hand flake.

Doing the final section on the North face from the stand start to the top is a fun problem on it's own, and goes at about V1.


Sit start in a hole on the South end of the overhung West face of Angela. Do so sequential moves up to a large, juggy hueco. Then start going left along the face, following the line of weakness.

Turn the corner with hands on the lip at the North end of the face, then traverse the crimpy, vertical North wall of the boulder to a dihedral. Balancy moves to the top out straight up if you have any juice left.

Problem #1 in the picture.


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