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Hueco: V3 Font: 6A

   
Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V3 Font: 6A [details]
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Submitted By: Ladd Raine on May 11, 2007

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Description 

Super-sharp crimps!
Start on the slab/rock and get close to the slightly overhanging short face, grab some sharp crimps and climb the relatively uninteresting face trending right up to slopers for the top out.
This climb routinely stumps climbers solid at the grade. This climb is not beta intensive, it just has wierdness that results in pulling hard and going up.

Location 

Farthest boulder from entrance without going down to the swamp.
The circle trail turns back towards entrance at this boulder, don't miss the trail and head towards the swamp.

Protection 

Pad and a spotter so you don't go down the hill or into the ankle twisters.


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By matthewWallace
From: plymouth, nh
Mar 11, 2010
rating: V3+ 6A+

This is one of the most awkward climbs I have ever tried. I would like to specify tried :)
By nhclimber
From: Newmarket, NH
Mar 11, 2010
rating: V3 6A

Matt, I'm not much of a boulderer and V3 is typically well within my ability and I just sent this last fall for the first time in 8 years worth of attempts. Great problem. It's all about the setup at the start.
By matthewWallace
From: plymouth, nh
Mar 11, 2010
rating: V3+ 6A+

Yeah its really cool and has my attention, I think that it will take me a little while to get it but I will def be getting back after it. Nice work on the send!
By matthewWallace
From: plymouth, nh
Jan 3, 2011
rating: V3+ 6A+

Does anyone have an beta for this?
By nhclimber
From: Newmarket, NH
Jan 7, 2011
rating: V3 6A

It's all in the feet. Keep bumping your left up, then stem with your right to reach the horn thing, then bring your right across. Great problem!
By Lanky
From: Portland, ME
Mar 5, 2012

Footage of someone (ok, me) making this look harder than it probably is (starts at about 0:48)"