|Type: ||Boulder, 8'|
|Consensus: || Hueco: V5+ Font: 6C+ [details]|
|FA: ||Jim Hausmann, 2000?|
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|Submitted By: ||Bjorn on Sep 17, 2008|
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This is a testpiece of sloper skill and balance-intensive footwork. Begin with a right in a good slopey rail and a left on another sloper. Paste a high right foot, rock up and begin the slope-fest. A tenuous, left foot, heel smear and a toss to crumbling, granite texture is only the beginning. A paucity of holds guards the topout from those not willing to fight for it.
Plenty of pine needles to soften your plummit.
The Elephant's Trunk!! Do try!!
|Comments on Elephant's Trunk
|By Luke Childers|
May 14, 2009
rating: V6 7A
To my understanding this was F.A. by Jim Hausmann in 2000. Great problem. A must do.
|By Sean Wolf|
From: Denver, CO
Apr 9, 2010
You come flying off this thing in really funny ways.
|By Dan Proudfoot|
Dec 2, 2010
rating: V5+ 6C+
Great problem, the boulder reminds me of HP40. Really similar footwork/party trick problem to some stuff from the dirty, dirty south.
|By mike c|
Sep 3, 2012
rating: V4 6B
Good problem, but if you ask me, it's easier than the 4 up the hill.