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The Stranger 

Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

Type:  Boulder, 10'
Original:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
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Submitted By: rdlennon on Oct 9, 2008

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Pulling through the lower moves on The Stranger (V...


The Stranger is an underrated, incredibly fun problem with excellent movement and hold variety. Start on low chickenhead jugs and pop right to a good sloper. Match. Switch feet on an excellent rail under the start, then move up to a dish. Bump left to a water groove, then, squeezing this, get your feet up for the final bump to a jug. Top out on amazing jugs, and reflect on the fact that despite its diminutive size and low difficulty, you may have just climbed the most fun boulder problem ever.


In the Spirit boulder area, just right of Spirit problem.



Photos of The Stranger Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Hugging the arete before the last move
Hugging the arete before the last move
Rock Climbing Photo: The Stranger
BETA PHOTO: The Stranger
Rock Climbing Photo: First moves.
First moves.
Rock Climbing Photo: Getting the send on drying rock.
Getting the send on drying rock.

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By Brad "Stonyman" Killough
From: Alabama
Nov 8, 2008

Fun problem. Note: There are several variations to this problem. The water groove on the left has two moves on it. One above the other.
By Cesar Valencia
Jan 23, 2012
rating: V2 5+

Great "starter" compression problem

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