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Twinkletoes 

Hueco: V3-4 Font: 6A+

   
Type:  Boulder, 12'
Consensus:  Hueco: V3-4 Font: 6A+ [details]
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Submitted By: Jonathan Williams on Mar 29, 2009

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On Twinkletoes, classic!

Description 

A classic boulder problem requiring balance, body tension, and tenacity. Start on the jug immediately to the right of The Crack. There is a foothold "on" about 3/4 feet to the right. Climb straight up on right-facing seams and slopers and make a muscley move to the lip. No part of the crack at left is "on."

Location 

In the Pit.

Protection 

One-two pads.


Photos of Twinkletoes Slideshow Add Photo
Moving through the slopers and understanding the t...
Moving through the slopers and understanding the t...
Beta: The first move
BETA PHOTO: Beta: The first move

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By randy baum
From: Minneapolis, MN
Nov 8, 2010

amazing slopers. great texture.
By sweatpants
From: Broomfield, CO
Nov 10, 2010

I thought twinkletoes stated on each side of the arete and made the move up to the slopey lip from the shit feet... i guess i misunderstood Nic when he was pointing shit out... what the heck did i climb?
By sweatpants
From: Broomfield, CO
Nov 10, 2010

now that i think of it i think i started to the right and moved left to straddle the arete. i remember it feeling harder than v2 though. that foot is really bad
By Blake K
From: Carrboro, NC
Dec 5, 2012
rating: V4 6B

Are features to the left of the crack on (not using the crack itself)?
By randy baum
From: Minneapolis, MN
Dec 5, 2012

i suppose the features left of the crack (that splits the entire face/boulder) are on. never thought of using them. are you using them to help with the top out?
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