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Hueco: V4 Font: 6B R

Type:  TR, Boulder, 20'
Consensus:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
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Submitted By: Jonathan Williams on May 17, 2009

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This mega-classic top-rope or gear lead (see here) is occasionally bouldered, being a proud tick for the local boulderer. Sustained crimping and technical tension moves lead up through a pod and into some delicate and insecure moves at the top. NOW you're a hard-man. Or woman.


At the left side of the Sizzlefoot face. This thin crack/face climb is directly opposite a small culvert under the walkway. The culvert points at the climb.


3-4 pads, a couple feet of snow helps cover the pointed rock at the base.

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By Chris Hirsch
From: Rapid City, SD
May 17, 2009

Possible FA: Mike Helke
By erickson
Mar 11, 2014

First ascent most likely Coleman Miller, in the '75-'76 timeframe. Originally called Sisyphus. Name morphed because we were too stupid to understand Greek tragedy, etc.

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