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King is Dead, The 

The King is Dead 

Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
FA: ? (I lost my O11)
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Submitted By: Tim King on Dec 2, 2012

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The King is Dead follows left arete. King Dinosaur...


Get creative on both sides of the arete and follow it all the way to the good stuff! Fun and interesting moves with tight body tension.


Near the main Lizards Mouth area, a few feet left of King Dinosaur.


Pad, spotter. Awkward rock below the landing, but with a pad and spot you are fine.

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Rock Climbing Photo: The King is Dead Photo credit: Luke A
The King is Dead Photo credit: Luke A
Rock Climbing Photo: The King is Dead Photo credit: Luke A
The King is Dead Photo credit: Luke A

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By Itai Axelrad
Jan 21, 2013

I was at the mouth yesterday and climbed a left variation of King Dyno. ItÂ’s somewhat contrived and scary but it has fun movement. I stared with my left hand in the pocket on the left arete and my right hand on a crimp. Is this The King is Dead?
By Tim King
Jan 25, 2013

Sounds like it Itai (except I start right hand pocket, left crimp, either way though). I actually almost like this one more than King Dino, mainly because I love that rippling arete feature (kind of like an overhanging 'Breathless'). Added a couple photos (thanks, Luke)

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