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Hueco: V-easy Font: 3 R

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V-easy Font: 3 R [details]
FA: Alan Nelson
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Submitted By: Alan Nelson on Jan 13, 2001

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Topping out Mindless.

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This boulder problem marks the boundary between the Tradlands to the west and the Table Top area to the east. Below the "Mind Mantle Arete" is a large boulder that pushes out to the base trail. From the trail, pull up an overhanging bulge on good holds, then follow the arete left of a corner to the top of the boulder. Scramble down the west side where the boulder hits the wall. The hold are big, but at 20' it is too high to screw up.

Addendum: this has been climbed at least by 1999 as part of Meat is Murder.


Boldness backed by technique.

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By Jay Eggleston
From: Denver
Jan 21, 2010

This is fun, but it is certainly a highball!

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