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Hueco: V4- Font: 6B

Type:  Boulder, 15'
Consensus:  Hueco: V4- Font: 6B [details]
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Submitted By: Bjorn on Dec 27, 2008

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Sit start the left side of the Little Agassiz face pretty much directly at the spot which has some green lichen. Move straight up and slightly left on thin edges and crimps. Snag a left hand sloper at the lip and traverse left to a high ball exit.



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By Derek Sullivan
Sep 17, 2009
rating: V5 6C

Really awesome line. Typical North Shore sandbagging....this problem is considerably harder than V3.
By Bjorn
From: Near Joshua Tree
Nov 10, 2009

Sorry. Felt like the crux of a 5.11+ delicate face climb to me. V4 wouldn't be unreasonable, I suppose.
By Derek Sullivan
Dec 1, 2009
rating: V5 6C

Hahaha. No apology necessary. It's the North Shore way! Awesome problem regardless of numbers.
By Rich Brereton
From: Durham, NH
Nov 7, 2011
rating: V3 6A

Reminded me of JBMFP in J-Tree, but easier and not as highball. V3. Top out on the left.
By Dan Pfistner
Nov 7, 2013
rating: V4- 6B

Such a tricky problem to grade. It's not easier than V5 but not harder than V3.... What a mystery! However, this boulder also solved a mystery for me. I got to see first hand why all the granite around here is pink. Equal parts blood and chalk!