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This steep route is located on the SW corner of the rock and enjoys some late evening rays away from the crowded west face. You can belay from the ground, but a 4th class approach will deposit you on a ledge below the climb.
Follow "white huecos" through overhanging rock. There are a number of route finding cruxes, which add to the pump factor. The third bolt is poorly placed and levers your biner open, so be careful. You can place some optional gear along the way, and you should consider an anchor if you belay on the upper ledge system.
White Hueco's starts up on a ledge system on the SW side of the rock.
bolts, optional green alien, #0.75 camalot, and #1 camalot
|Comments on White Hueco's
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Oct 1, 2012
I think the bolts were chopped...?
From: Layton, UT
May 22, 2013
rating: 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ E3 5c
Nope, bolts are still there, but as was said, the third bolt is horribly placed, it loads the top biner over an edge and also levers the biner open. The bolt needs to be moved since it protects the crux moves.