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Midrange 

Hueco: V1 Font: 5

   
Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]
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Submitted By: Chip Phillips on Jul 20, 2002

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Description 

Pass the Sputnik Boulder like you are going up to the main area for the Lower Satellites and the Third Flatiron. Do a big S-turn past some other boulders and you will come to a fork in the trail. Go left towards the main Satellites area and the huge wall immediately on your left is The Wave.

Midrange ascends the middle of The Wave's massive west face. Look for some decent holds up under the bulging topout and that's it. Do a thin slabby move straight up to the holds under the bulge and pull up and over on easy terrain.

Protection 

a crashpad


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Rock Climbing Photo: View from the left of Midrange. Surprisingly bette...
BETA PHOTO: View from the left of Midrange. Surprisingly bette...
Rock Climbing Photo: Chip Phillips reaching through the crux on Midrang...
Chip Phillips reaching through the crux on Midrang...
Rock Climbing Photo: Chip Phillips steadying on the undercling on Midra...
Chip Phillips steadying on the undercling on Midra...
Rock Climbing Photo: Chip Phillips reaching for the top on Midrange, by...
Chip Phillips reaching for the top on Midrange, by...

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