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Gay Gigolo 

Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
FA: Paul Jones
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Submitted By: Brian Runnells on Mar 24, 2007

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BETA PHOTO: Fun line up this wall. One of my favorites anywhe...


Start on underclings/sidepulls and make your way up good holds to a fun throw for the top.

You can also do this climb from a sitstart.


Located just to the right of the Green Seam wall. Problem ascends the face that has a tree growing around it.


Very good landing.

Photos of Gay Gigolo Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: The stick
The stick
Rock Climbing Photo: Tony Brengosz on Gay Gigolo in the fall of 2010. P...
Tony Brengosz on Gay Gigolo in the fall of 2010. P...
Rock Climbing Photo: Jacob moving up
Jacob moving up
Rock Climbing Photo: Jay in action
Jay in action
Rock Climbing Photo: Dobbe in 2004.
Dobbe in 2004.
Rock Climbing Photo: Vinny on the throw.
Vinny on the throw.
Rock Climbing Photo: Jake at the top.
Jake at the top.
Rock Climbing Photo: Heather making the big reach!
Heather making the big reach!

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By Terry Kieck
Mar 27, 2007

I believe Slippery Paul and Ed named this route Gay Gigolo when it was first put up. This sandstone area is a great change of pace from the quartzite crimps.
By James M Schroeder
From: Sauk County, WI
Mar 27, 2007

I third Terry's claim, and further when I did the Gay Gigolo I remember it being called V3. Has it gotten easier or were my appendages in the wrong orifices?
By Brian Runnells
Apr 4, 2007

Thanks for the correction. It could be harder, especially if you are shorter. All I know is that it is really quite fun to pull on holds with friction at the lake.
From: Winona
Feb 27, 2009

man that was a majical time discoveing gems like this in the park right under our noses. The possibilities eemed endless, now the future is the untapped sport climbing potential in the park!!!
By Paul Campbell
From: Waukesha, WI
Sep 17, 2009
rating: V2 5+

Super fun problem.

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