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The Moon Arete 

Hueco: V9 Font: 7C

Type:  Boulder, 10'
Original:  Hueco: V9 Font: 7C [details]
FA: Ben Moon
Page Views: 5,830
Submitted By: Mark MacClary on Mar 3, 2005

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Ian Dory working Moon Arete on a murky day.


This is on the other side of the arete from the three jump start eliminator problems. Start with the left hand on the arete, right on a sidepull. Get a high left heel, and bump the left hand up the arete, then cross right into a pinch and finish up the arete.


A pad or two will do.

Photos of The Moon Arete Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Moon Arete.
BETA PHOTO: Moon Arete.
Rock Climbing Photo: Moon Arete and its right face.
Moon Arete and its right face.
Rock Climbing Photo: The Moon Arete climbs the right side of this beaut...
BETA PHOTO: The Moon Arete climbs the right side of this beaut...
Rock Climbing Photo: Working the bottom sec. M.Z.
Working the bottom sec. M.Z.
Rock Climbing Photo: Just another shot of this beautiful line.
Just another shot of this beautiful line.
Rock Climbing Photo: M.Z. working Moon Arete.
M.Z. working Moon Arete.

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By goldielocks
Dec 2, 2005

My favorite line at the tooth! I almost have it the cross is soo burly on the left bicep. What a clean line!!
By skinny legs and all
From: Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
Jun 20, 2013

The first ascent was by Ben Moon, second by Jerry Moffatt and the third by Jim Karn in the winter of 1997/1998.

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