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Unkown Crimpy Traverse  

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

   
Type:  Boulder, 10'
Consensus:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
FA: Unkown
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Submitted By: Jason Springer on Nov 4, 2013

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Traverse on crimps.

Description 

Traverse Right to Left, start with left on a crimp and right on a sloper. Mostly sharp crimps until you get to a three finger pocket and then top out. I don't know of this is an established line.

Location 

Located on the other side of "Head Over Heels".

Protection 

2-3 Pads


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Start
Start
Into a 3 finger pocket.
Into a 3 finger pocket.
Cross
Cross
Cross into another crimp.
Cross into another crimp.
Move to two small sharp crimps.
Move to two small sharp crimps.
Top out on sloper.
Top out on sloper.

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By Terry Kieck
Nov 7, 2013

This has been done before. I cleaned and worked it out about the same time I did "head over heals". Grade seems about right. I also did some straight up problems on the face trying to start as low as possible but with the lack of height of this boulder they weren't very inspiring.
By Jason Springer
Nov 8, 2013

Thanks for the info. I think the grade would be easier but there's very little for feet, and the crimps are very small, it was surprisingly difficult. There were a few other climbers there that climb V-5 but couldn't send this problem.