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Group Leader 

Hueco: V3 Font: 6A

Type:  Boulder, 10'
Consensus:  Hueco: V3 Font: 6A [details]
FA: Steve Schultz?
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Submitted By: SteveSchultz on Sep 21, 2009

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Starts on the good rail for your right hand and a crimp for your left. Slap your way up each side and end it with a nice heel hook to the finishing jug.


Walking from the North Shore this is in the first big talus field that opens up. It's on the left side in amongst some big rocks. More potential surrounding the area.



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Climbing the Group Leader.
Climbing the Group Leader.
Group Leader climbs up the steep prow.
BETA PHOTO: Group Leader climbs up the steep prow.
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another angle.
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By Ian CB
Jun 19, 2011

I think Katie and I added a move or two and it made it a really fun V4ish thing. Right hand on the low good sidepull and left hand on a low undercling crimp. Nice, steep, safe and fun. The top is a little scary if it's 90 out. Really close to the trail too by the way..
By SteveSchultz
Sep 29, 2011

Walked up there this afternoon and looks like we're all starting in about the same spot. Right hand on that good rail sidepull and left on either the undercling that you guys used or a crimpy edge that I used. Both left hand holds were at the same height.

Forgot how cool that boulder was. The other stuff on here looks super fun too.
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