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The Dish 

Hueco: V1 Font: 5

Type:  Boulder, 12'
Consensus:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]
Season: Winter/Spring/Summer
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Submitted By: Seth Derr on Dec 31, 2011

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Preparing for the heel throw on the dish

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  • Description 

    Awesome V1, the top-out is fantastic. Lunge for the lip and throw a heel. Exciting stuff


    In the Pyramid area for Mountain Project purposes, just behind the pyramid.


    A few pads would be good, although you wouldn't wanna blow the topout regardless

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    By Kenny Clark
    From: State College, PA
    Jan 19, 2013
    rating: V1 5

    Is this called "Dishin' It Out" (V1) in the guidebook?

    This was a cool little problem. It took some thought on the low slab, then a cool move to the top. I wouldn't bring a V1 climber here to start out though.
    By skinny legs and all
    From: Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
    Feb 3, 2013
    rating: V1 5

    The traditional old Dish problem is to get onto the wall with the ramp and move slightly up and right following the large black extruded knobs to get to the incut lip where the most natural move it to heel hook and roll over. One can also climb straight up from the same start rather than go right to the largest knobs.

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