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Tilt 

Hueco: V8 Font: 7B

   
Type:  Boulder, 10'
Consensus:  Hueco: V8 Font: 7B [details]
FA: [Goodman]
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Submitted By: chris way on Jan 1, 2002

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BETA PHOTO: Picture of the first half of Tilt. Starting holds ...

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Description 

Walk past the 420 boulders, down an apparent trail. Head uphill towards the talus. The Tilt faces east and is defined by a steep ooverhanging corner. Stand start the corner, V6; sit start, V8 (FA: Shambo).

Protection 

Chalk, pad.


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By Anonymous Coward
Sep 19, 2002

Footage of Jeremy on this problem in the Solutions video.
By Anonymous Coward
Oct 14, 2002

Way over graded more like V6 sit start has been flashed probably V9, and, yes, I have done both.
By Anonymous Coward
Oct 15, 2002

I agree, V6 standup (Perch feels harder). V8/9 sitdown (harder than Turning Point)
By ac
Jul 17, 2003

Sitdown is called Jousting at Windmills
By tcamillieri
From: Denver
Nov 17, 2008

I think Perch is much easier than Tilt. I also think it is weird to base a rating of V6 on Perch anyway, since it is a rather idiosyncratic climb that varies so much on the height of the climber. That said, I think the stand to Tilt is solid V7... comparable to Turning Point at Flagstaff.
By Gracson Andrews
Mar 22, 2009

You probably also want at least one spotter since the top out is a little committing and over another set of rocks. We padded the problem with 2 large pads and had one spotter...just my two cents.