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Hueco: V5 Font: 6C

Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]
FA: ?Davin Bagdonas?
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Submitted By: richard magill on Jun 14, 2006

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This is a killer problem - I get all obsessed with this thing and go back to it all the time. It is one of those maddening things where you spend a lot of time working the moves - get where you can do all the moves - but can't do them all in one push.

Work out slopers on a horizontal rock to a wicked crux setting up for a throw to the other side of the rock - then work out to the peak of the rock, and mantle over the top.

Fun! You might want to wear jeans and long sleeves - I get in a full on wrestling match with this thing, and the rock is pretty coarse.


Look at the picture - this problem lies at the base of the tower furthest to the left. Look for the boulder in the picture.


Pad - this works out a horizontal rock that never gets far off the ground - there is probably no room for a spotter.

Photos of Roast Possum Vinegar Pie Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Just after the crux - now you have to work out to ...
Just after the crux - now you have to work out to ...
Rock Climbing Photo: Beginning sloper moves.
Beginning sloper moves.
Rock Climbing Photo: RPVP.
Rock Climbing Photo: Big hugs but no kisses.
Big hugs but no kisses.

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By Davin Bagdonas
Jun 4, 2007

FA: Davin Bagdonas.
By molony
Feb 20, 2008

By far one of the most enjoyable problems I've ever done. It's worth doing everytime I go to coyote rocks. And jeans are definitely a good idea, or tape your ankles.
By Doug Lintz
From: Kearney, NE
Jul 24, 2008

I wore shorts and the skin on my legs paid the price.
By Joel Pattinson
Feb 21, 2009

So fun!

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