|Consensus:||Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]|
|Submitted By:||Mike Anderson on Feb 21, 2011|
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From: Vandalia, Appalachia
Jan 16, 2012
|One of the best highballs I've ever done. You keep hoping that a positive edge for your hands is going to appear, and it doesn't! Smeary footwork the whole way.|
From: Atlanta, GA
Jan 24, 2012
rating: V1 5
Disagree... Not V2.
V1 moves, you just have to get your solo-head on near the top out.
All the way, decent to good hands and feet are there. If you stay calm, you should never be wanting more than you have.
From: Clemson, S.C.
Jan 31, 2012
rating: V1+ 5
|Definitely not a V2, but there were several moves that felt near V1. Three different moves that all had slopey feet and hands, with the last one being the hardest.|
Feb 9, 2012
|Bring your chalk bag... you will need it. Dicey topout.|
From: Red River Gorge
Aug 8, 2012
|Super rad and much harder at the top than appears from the ground.|
By Paul K.
From: West Fargo, ND
Feb 17, 2015
rating: V2 5+
|I personally thought the middle part was the hardest. You get some nice sidepulls except for the middle. but not much else besides some slopey crimps. Once you get the hand jam at the top you finally feel solid and relax a bit. If you do climb this remember you are on slab. I found myself holding tense lockoffs then I realized that could actually go hands free because it is slabby enough.|