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Roof Crack 

Hueco: V-easy Font: 3

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V-easy Font: 3 [details]
FA: Unknown
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Submitted By: Jesse Ryan on Mar 20, 2002

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BETA PHOTO: Piano Ridge "Unknown Roof" with three ap...


This roof is located about 10 yards South of the Piano Boulder on the ridge. Nearly facing due West is this juggy overhanging short crack. Mostly face climbing on monster jugs, but possible to set a great hand jam or two. To make this a little stiffer start five feet left and traverse on jugs to a butt scraping start and then launch into the line, the higher the feet the more the pump.


A pad and spotter are nice.

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Rock Climbing Photo: (c) Amelia Hube 2002
(c) Amelia Hube 2002
Rock Climbing Photo: A view of the crack from the ground. A lot of ways...
BETA PHOTO: A view of the crack from the ground. A lot of ways...
Rock Climbing Photo: Roof crack.
Roof crack.

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By chase rhinestone
May 5, 2006

This is a great problem for beginners and it definitely has a lot of variations. Heel hooks look cool.
By Jimn Seiler
From: North Platte, NE
Aug 25, 2006

This has a unique hand jam that is great.
By Colin Erskine
From: Madison, WI
Jan 11, 2007
rating: V0-1 4+

Starting far left, I think was easier b/c it got you to actally start with some foot holds...other than just campusing the first hold or two in the center. Deff V0/1.

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