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Anti-hueco V4 6B
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False Hueco Traverse V2 5+
Falser Hueco Traverse V2+ 5+
In Through The Outdoor V3+ 6A+
Problem A V4+ 6B+
Problem B V4 6B
Torquemeister V4- 6B
Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Jon McCartie on Oct 22, 2007
Admins: C Miller, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

SDS. Start as for False Hueco, but traverse right. good heel hooks move you quickly. crux at the end.

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pad and spotter to move it.
Joel Ryan
New York, New York
 
Joel Ryan   New York, New York
 
The jug rail came off sometime on the morning of Jan 14, significantly altering the problem. Jan 15, 2017
JAtkinson  
 
That last jug/flake is ready to go! Gonna make this nice problem a little harder for sure... Jan 14, 2017
Andy Ngo
San Diego, CA
  V2-3
Andy Ngo   San Diego, CA
  V2-3
Great climb! I found it easier than the normal False Hueco route, considering my height. Will definitely be back for this one Dec 29, 2016
Clif Clap  
 
Excellent rock quality, very grippy even as its completely white from all that chalk. Good movement with a late crux. Pumpier than expected but a couple heel hooks make the difference. Dec 29, 2014
LVicious
La Jolla, California
  V2-3
LVicious   La Jolla, California
  V2-3
Holds broken on the boulder and more chossy than before now. But still super fun! Jan 2, 2014
Justin Sarvela
Duluth, Minnesota
  V2-3
Justin Sarvela   Duluth, Minnesota
  V2-3
One of my favorite problems in The Outback Area! Watch out for sand and dirt falling into your eyes while on the cave part. More than once did i have crap fall in my eyes haha! Jan 20, 2013
J.Roatch
Leavenworth, WA
  V2
J.Roatch   Leavenworth, WA
  V2
Thought this was a really fun route, great for V1-V2 climbers. Will hit this again. Also the wind really likes to blow in this area in the winter Jan 3, 2011