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Juvenile Delinquency 

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

   
Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
FA: Stephen Becker, Colin Meadows
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Anonymous Coward on Aug 15, 2001

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This is actually on the Fairview High School building, buts it under CU 'cause that's the closest area. Walk around from the main entrance of the school to the South and find the Souther most point of the library. The corner here is climbable. A ledge runs horizontally at about 9' and 16'. The trick is to connect the ledges. Footholds non-existent. Vertical slats comprise the holds, but fishing around proves some are better than others. Tops out onto roof (only known way to get up) around 17 or 18' (but easy once feet get onto first ledge).


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No pro - Bouldering problem. Crash pad highly recommended (no easy way off roof).



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By Anonymous Coward
Sep 18, 2001

this is actually a really cool climb. It is fun cause you have to think about the route and the police

By Stephen Becker
Sep 19, 2001

Fun route, though short and doesn't require endurance. I'm not sure about the rating, but its the trickiest problem I've ever done and took about a dozen attempts. Be discrete when climbing on the building.

By Mike Bentley
Nov 21, 2001

This is a really great climb. Definitely a rewarding view from the top. It was harder than the rating, but it was rewarding once I got to the top. Whoever found this route is amazing!

By Stephen Becker
Aug 18, 2002

This route isn't quite V4. It depends on your route finding, but I think V2 or so would be more appropriate.

By Anonymous Coward
Sep 27, 2002

dude, this route is awesome. anyone that flashes this route must be a stud, eh stephen? haha. actually, finding this route takes skill. good times. how about getting down? i climbed this and couldn't figure out how to get down. i was stuck up on the roof all weekend until the janitors got me down the following monday. any tips? i'm always doing that- climbing up stuff and then getting stuck. you know me.

By Alex Budd
Aug 26, 2008

Getting off of the roof would be tricky, but if you would rather not wait for the janitors (as nice as they are) then you might want to walk across the roof to the north side where the roof is shortest. If you're gutsy enough, and brought enough pads, then have someone else stack 'em in the grass on that side and jump.

By Kaelen Williams
Sep 6, 2009

During my time at Fairview, I got on top of the building in 4 or 5 different ways. There are several stemming/chimneying corners with awkward little roofs on the west side of the school. The best one involved stemming up a corner, traversing a couple moves on edges, rocking way up onto a big pipe sticking out of the wall, grabbing a pinch, and making a commiting reach for the lip. There was a crimpy lieback arete thing uphill from the library which might not exist anymore with the new construction. There used to be a really tricky (and very high-profile) stemming/chimneying problem right next to the front door, but that's gone now because of the new entrance. You can lieback the big cement things that stick out from the library windows. There was a unique problem that I was told was done but I couldn't do it. It faced north and was situated between the two gyms. It involved standing on door hinges and grabbing crappy pinches and some edges with a very committing dyno at the top (unless you're really tall). There were also a few projects I had that could go but were very tall and pretty hard. Pretty much any of the aretes can be climbed.