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House Boulder 1 East Face -" Hollowlander" 

Hueco: V2-3 Font: 5+ PG13

Type:  Boulder, 22'
Original:  Hueco: V2-3 Font: 5+ PG13 [details]
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Submitted By: EB on Nov 3, 2010

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up high. onsight.


Climb up the center of the east face using anything in reach. the crux is the obvious blank section in the middle of the problem. This is a classic problem on par with the Jesus Boulder. (Pics to come soon)


Located on the first of the House boulders as one hikes up the trail. The east face hosts a couple of excellent routes which should be on any highballer's list.


3 pads is pimp, but bring more if you got'em.

Photos of House Boulder 1 East Face -" Hollowlander" Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: underclings
Rock Climbing Photo: after crux
after crux
Rock Climbing Photo: Zach getting psyched!
Zach getting psyched!
Rock Climbing Photo: Crux reach to the flake. From here its just a &quo...
Crux reach to the flake. From here its just a &quo...
Rock Climbing Photo: RA on the "Hollowlander?"
RA on the "Hollowlander?"
Rock Climbing Photo: EB on the problem.
EB on the problem.

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From: Winona
Nov 6, 2010

All I have to say is classic! Very much like the Gill Boulder in Eldo but a bit harder and exposed;a beauty!
By Zach Bramel
From: MN
Oct 10, 2011
rating: V6- 7A PG13

Hey, I was on this this weekend. I have seen the video on youtube for it, and could not repeat that beta... the way i found to do the bottom goes around V6... Did a hold break, or did i just miss something? Discourse on this awesome line would be great!
From: Winona
Oct 11, 2011

Nice! The problem is a bit cryptic. Direct up the center face to the big flake/jug. The use of the small(3") overhang 10ft up as and press, into undercling/sidepull, then up.
By Zach Bramel
From: MN
Oct 12, 2011
rating: V6- 7A PG13

A friend made a vidoe of the ascent. This was the only way i could figure out how to do it. i tried some moves a bit to the left before this, and could barely get off the ground. where did i go wrong?

By Michael Ringsred
From: Bozeman, MT
Jan 13, 2012

FA Michael Ringsred.

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