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Wills of Fire 

Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

   
Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
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Submitted By: Peter Franzen on Oct 30, 2006

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Tim getting ready to top out.

Description 

This fun route climbs up good holds to an incut seam. A gaston/fingerlock move at the top leads you to a solid topout.

Start low, move up to the big pocket, then move up and right through the seam and up over the top.

The landing really isn't great and has been built up with a bunch of sticks and logs, so be sure to pad the area well and make sure your spotters are paying attention for the topout. A fall from up there could easily lead to a broken bone or two.

Location 

Far right side of the main face.

Protection 

Pads, spotters


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Rock Climbing Photo: Wills A Fire
Wills A Fire
Rock Climbing Photo: Chuck sticks the crux move on Wills of Fire.
Chuck sticks the crux move on Wills of Fire.
Rock Climbing Photo: Mike B sticking the very low percentage deadpoint.
Mike B sticking the very low percentage deadpoint.
Rock Climbing Photo: wills
wills
Rock Climbing Photo: Michael Bartel on Wills of Fire
Michael Bartel on Wills of Fire
Rock Climbing Photo: Working through the top section on Wills of Fire!
Working through the top section on Wills of Fire!

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By Aeon Aki
Administrator
Aug 28, 2007
rating: V6 7A

Though the landing off to the right which consists of tree limbs and rocks looks intimidating, one never really falls in that area. This thing can be safely protected with one or two pads. That said, don't fall from the top.
By Andy Liu
From: Eastern Sierra
Nov 4, 2011

By Michael Schmenk
From: South Salt Lake City, UT
Aug 17, 2014

Such a great problem. Just high enough to make it spicy.

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