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Green Wall Essential 

Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

   
Type:  Boulder, 20'
Consensus:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
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Submitted By: Euan Cameron on Mar 26, 2007

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sending green wall essential

Description 

Technical crimps and polished foot holds are the name of the game for the start. After a couple of great moves, larger holds are reached, from which the top is easily gained.


Location 

Takes the line left of center on the northwest wall.


Protection 

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Photos of Green Wall Essential Slideshow Add Photo
Starting Green Wall Essential, V2.
Starting Green Wall Essential, V2.
Past the difficulties of 'Green Wall Essential'.
Past the difficulties of 'Green Wall Essential'.
Green Wall Boulder North Face Topo
BETA PHOTO: Green Wall Boulder North Face Topo
Sean C. on Green Wall Essentials
Sean C. on Green Wall Essentials
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By molony
Jul 28, 2009

i'm fairly certain that this is in fact the hardest "v2" on the planet. i believe it took me and my friend, both confident v8 climbers, close to 15 tries each to send it.
humbling, yet beautiful

By Peter Franzen
Administrator
From: Phoenix, AZ
Mar 9, 2010
rating: V2 5+

Agreed. Hardest V2 ever.

By JJNS
Mar 12, 2010

It was my hardest send at the buttermilks on my first visit. Beautiful problem and nothing worth doing should be easy. Get on it!

By 72HW
Mar 29, 2010

Got shut down on this a couple days ago - it will go down next time I visit. What a beautiful line indeed!

By Grant Templeton
Apr 13, 2010

i'm a V5 climber and didn't think it was that hard. i think taller climbers have a bit easier time with this problem i skipped a couple holds and nailed it on my 4th try.

By Kelley Gilleran
From: Sacramento, Ca
Mar 17, 2014
rating: V2+ 5+

Glassy feet!