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Roof Romp 

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

   
Type:  Boulder, 15'
Original:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
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Submitted By: veritus on Jun 30, 2006

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BETA PHOTO: Nicholas Rondilone finishing up Roof Romp. Photo b...

Description 

Crux is getting to some behind-the-head crimps under the roof. Fun little problem.

Location 

Start sitting on the jugs. Move right and into the hueco. Move right and out to crimps under the roof. Top out into the crack and jump off the boulder.

Protection 

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Photos of Roof Romp Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Crux moves on Roof Romp, V4
Crux moves on Roof Romp, V4
Rock Climbing Photo: Roof Romp Topo
BETA PHOTO: Roof Romp Topo
Rock Climbing Photo: its all commitment at this point
its all commitment at this point
Rock Climbing Photo: Nicholas Rondilone on the crux of Roof Romp. Photo...
BETA PHOTO: Nicholas Rondilone on the crux of Roof Romp. Photo...
Rock Climbing Photo: Romp Roof
Romp Roof
Rock Climbing Photo: Weird beta as it turns out.
Weird beta as it turns out.

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By Tradoholic
Mar 18, 2013

Good problem, but pretty easy for V4, especially if comparing to Pigpen.
By Adam Stackhouse
Administrator
May 4, 2013

By James Roe
May 20, 2015

Had a different beta from what looks normal for this problem. Stayed low on the undercling before a big reach to the crimp before reaching around for the top out. Probably was harder than the beta.
By Clif Clap
Dec 19, 2015

Beauty climb. Fun moves to start that anyone can play on. The stand-up move is stronger than it looks, and the crux announces itself abruptly afterwards. A little funky moving through it, but if you set yourself up in good position the blind throw to the jug should be no problem, even if you have to slap and grope for it at first.
By PrrdyLady
Dec 20, 2015

The extension goes!

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