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Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

   
Type:  Boulder, 10'
Consensus:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
FA: Eggert
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Submitted By: Chris treggE on Mar 23, 2009

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Up this face to the break. Or whatever. Probably...

Description 

This problem is on the right side of the cave, start on a nice edge at stomach height just to the right of the boulders on the ground and climb up to half height at a nice break. I suppose it could top out but the right side of the cave is pretty chossy. You'll see some fresh broken rock from my recent exploits... More lines could go but would take some cleaning.

"B" on the topo:

The Sweaty Cave.  From the cinderblock bathroom on the way to Group B, hike straight uphill into the woods towards the rock.  Can't miss it.  Discovered or rediscovered last summer by John Freaney (of course), 2 lines have been done and there is potential for more but will be very limited by the choss factor.  The left line (A) is good and pretty solid, but tall.  The right side of the cave is fairly chossy, but (B) is kind of fun but short.  See "Groth Spurt" and "Schlick it Up" descriptions.
The Sweaty Cave. From the cinderblock bathroom on the way to Group B, hike straight uphill into the woods towards the rock. Can't miss it. Discovered or rediscovered last summer by John Freaney (of course), 2 lines have been done and there is potential for more but will be very limited by the choss factor. The left line (A) is good and pretty solid, but tall. The right side of the cave is fairly chossy, but (B) is kind of fun but short. See "Groth Spurt" and "Schlick it Up" descriptions.


Location 

Right side of the cave shown here. Walk directly uphill from the bathroom on the way to Group B.


Protection 

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By sweatpants
From: Broomfield, CO
Mar 23, 2009

It should be noted that the right 3/4 of the cave is that crumbly white version of the rock. Just wanted to clear that before people go running there for some amazing cave FA's. I think there's some things to be put up left of the cave though if I remember correctly.