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Gypsy Devil 

Hueco: V1 Font: 5

Type:  Boulder, 10'
Original:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]
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Submitted By: Sean Wolf on Nov 14, 2010

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BETA PHOTO: Arne starting 'Gypsy Devil'.


Sit start matched on a jug and [probably] swing over to hit the shallow crack with your right hand. From there, you use some smaller holds to carefully position yourself to be able to reach the bomber boss jug at the top. This is a fun problem that had obviously been climbed before we hit it up.


On the cliff band behind The Cube, just left of the warmup traverse.

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Rock Climbing Photo: Gypsy Devil, V1, full route.
BETA PHOTO: Gypsy Devil, V1, full route.
Rock Climbing Photo: Another photo showing the angle.
BETA PHOTO: Another photo showing the angle.

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By ficknerg
From: Denver, Colorado
Jul 10, 2014
rating: V2- 5+

I gave this problem a V1-2 because of my height. If I had a couple more inches to play with, I would certainly call it a V1, but for the vertically challenged, reaching that killer jug to top out ain't easy. (Trust the crimps and throw.)
By David Tennant
From: Denver, CO
Sep 15, 2015
rating: V1 5

At 5' 10", I was able to figure out a sequence which barely reached the aforementioned high jug statically, without a big throw. There's more movement options than meets the eye for sure. After the jug, easy, non-committing topout with a short walk-off to the left.

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