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Choss 30 aka 30 Rock aka Pimpin' Ain't Easy
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Pyrrhic Victory 
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Pyrrhic Victory 

Hueco: V9+ Font: 7C

Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V9+ Font: 7C [details]
FA: T. J. Kelly
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Submitted By: j.jaeger on Jun 13, 2010

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Problem III: start crouching with matched incut crimps, somehow stab the pockety edge and trend left to a second crux of thin, knife-blade crimps, then jugs, then an insecure mantle encounter.

This line is at least V9. Most likely, it pushes the upper side of V10 (or way more if you cannot manage the bunchy beta), but TJ neglected to opine on the rating and no one else has been able to send it.

The established stand start begins after the initial crux: left hand in the pockety edge at about 5 feet and any crimp or undercling next to or beneath it.

  • *Expect the top out holds to need cleaning. Once established on the slab, carefully walk your way to the right and down jump where the hillside rises up. Very dirty and seeping features and loose rock await if you attempt to summit the next 40 feet of slab instead of escaping out right.


A decent assortment of pads.

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By Flash Gordon
Nov 6, 2010

This line was sent at least back in 2007. Probably before, as there was chock on it at that time. Nice views of the valley.
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