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The Font Problem (aka See Ya at the Yard Meat) 

Hueco: V5 Font: 6C

   
Type:  Boulder, 7'
Consensus:  Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]
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Submitted By: Nick Sullens on Jan 21, 2012

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View from just in front of Shoehorn

Description 

A 100% sloper problem, sit start with a right hand on a good but oddly shaped hold and a left on a knob and slap your way to the top. Excellent!

Location 

From the main trail split left past the Great Shark Hunt Boulder and follow the trail until you see Shoehorn, this problem is only the boulder directly to the left (towards the ocean). If you get to the Extremist boulder of the Borg boulder you've gone too far

Protection 

One pad


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Myself on the start holds
Myself on the start holds

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By Nick Sullens
From: Yosemite/ Weed
Jan 21, 2012

I felt super dialed on this after I sent the first time, but quickly found out the next time I was out how finicky this one is. Highly temperature dependent. One of the often overlooked classics at the Yard.
By andy patterson
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From: Santa Barbara, CA
Jan 22, 2012

Agreed: this problem doesn't garner the attention it should. Beautifully shaped rock.
By Tim King
Feb 21, 2012
rating: V5 6C

Here's a little video if anyone's interested. My first send, so a little sloppy, but hey it's slopey. Good fun
youtu.be/lLjeM9oqF0I
By Trevor V.
From: Santa Barbara, Ca
Mar 24, 2012

Lukas sends easily



....I didn't think this problem was that great...3 moves?
By Bob Banks
Mar 27, 2012

I'm of the opinion that 3 moves is ideal for a boulder problem, and this one in particular is quite nice. Different strokes.