|Original: || Hueco: V10-11 Font: 8A [details]|
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|Submitted By: ||LeeAB on Feb 26, 2009|
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Not sure which is Hito and Hita so if I have this wrong let me know.
This problem starts on the same hold as the Corridor Problem and makes a big move up and left to a small 3 finger edge (the right hand starting hold of the V3) with the left. This move requires practice to get the acurracy down to hit. Get your feet up and jump for a sloping ball with the right, there area couple of ways to do this. Top out as for the V3.
Starts on the Corridor Problem and finishes on the Problem to the left.
Pad and spotter.
From: ABQ, NM
Aug 15, 2009
A direct (although contrived but slightly harder) alternative finish greatly increases the spice factor. Go up and right to small sharp crimps after matching the black brick instead of topping out left via the V3.