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Straight Again 

Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+

   
Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+ [details]
FA: Andrew Sornborger
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Submitted By: Jake D. on Feb 3, 2010
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Description 

Start same as Try Again but head straight up through the triangular chip using a sharp gaston and slopey dish to the top. The big mantel ledge and foothold way out right is off.


Location 

Same as Try Again but straight up


Protection 

few pads



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By Jake D.
From: Northeast
Feb 3, 2010

Getting my feet up on this thing is ridiculously hard for me.. i barn door off like crazy

By cstorms
From: North Bend, OR
Nov 8, 2010

after the two obvious crimps past the start you move to the hold up right, correct?

By Joe M.
Nov 9, 2010
rating: V7 7A+

I go right hand to the crimp (beneath the Loadies Zen/Diesel pinch), then left hand to a divot, then right hand to the gaston, then left hand to a good hold about a foot above the divot, then keep climbing to topout....

By cstorms
From: North Bend, OR
Nov 17, 2010

Thanks for the reply! I'll have to take another look and make sure I am doing the right moves... your beta might help because matching those two crimps was pretty tough. Thanks again

By M Sprague
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From: New England
Jan 17, 2011

Andrew Sornborger snagged the FA.

By Andrew Sornborger
Jul 19, 2011

Just as a comment, I did the first ascent with a bare left foot. I could never get enough purchase without my toe.