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The Stache Boulder AKA Dog Walk Boulder
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Moo Stache 

Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

   
Type:  Boulder, 12'
Consensus:  Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]
FA: Aaron Kaetterhenry
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: SteveSchultz on Jul 24, 2010

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Katie on Moo Stache.

Description 

Sit start hugging the arete on two edges and move up through cool moves, one sharp crimp and an odd topout. Cool line. Was originally done two moves in but the logical start is down low.

Location 

Right arete of the boulder

Protection 

pads


Photos of Moo Stache Slideshow Add Photo
RV on Moo Stache.
RV on Moo Stache.
Hold on.
Hold on.
A Gentleman Never Tells
BETA PHOTO: A Gentleman Never Tells
Low moves.
Low moves.
Ian topping out Moo Stache.
Ian topping out Moo Stache.

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By Remo
From: Madison, WI
Sep 16, 2010
rating: V5 6C

I ended up doing some different beta by getting the sharp left hand crimp and bumping way out right to a good side pull. From there slapping up to the lip. This thing is powerful, and has sharp holds, I love it! It's tough not to dab the rock at the base.
By Dobbe
Oct 18, 2010
rating: V6 7A

so what I'm hearing from you Remo is FA new line!!
By Chris treggE
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From: Madison, WI
Apr 17, 2011
rating: V6 7A

We moved that big rock that was in the way of the sit start today. With that out of the way the sit problem is maybe slightly easier but way better & less awkward.

This problem reminded me a little of Massive Vertigo, but not quite as classic.
By J.Flunker
Apr 24, 2011

Cool V5 variation immediately heads out right from the start to the large sidepull (similar to Remo's beta above except skip the sharp left crimp). Seemed like the obvious line of least resistance to me (especially after the good right hand hold that was used to get the sharp left crimp broke yesterday afternoon).
By Andy Hansen
From: Longmont, Colorado
May 20, 2011

The sharp crimp near the top split my middle finger open. Cool problem none the less.
By greg bahr
Sep 24, 2011
rating: V4 6B

cool find!
By Tradoholic
Nov 29, 2011
rating: V4 6B

I bumped out right to the nice side pull and brought my feet over to layback it for the left hand bumps, V4 this way.
By Paul Campbell
From: Waukesha, WI
Mar 11, 2012

Going out to the right side-pull seemed natural, probably still a step harder than P.Stachio so maybe V5? Sweet climb though!