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Short Order Cook V6 7A
Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
Page Views: 624 total · 5/month
Shared By: Monomaniac on Feb 11, 2008
Admins: Hank Caylor, Matt Richardson, LeeAB Brinckerhoff

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Description

Short Order Cook is essentially a one move wonder on excellent rock. This will be an easy tick at the grade for some, but others will leave with nothing but a handful of bloody flappers.

Begin lying on your back, with hands matched on an undercling hueco. Move along the horizontal roof on sloping huecos to the lip. A three-foot dyno leads to what is surely one of the sharpest jugs at Hueco. Tape highly recommended! Snag the jug, then move up the vertical wall, heading slightly left to a plethora of great jugs. Topout the slab, then head west to the big chimney to descend.

Location

This line is found on the right (W) side of the Kitchen, just north (downhill) of the entrance to the prominent cave. The problem faces east.

Protection

A few pads and a spotter.

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Jason Carlson
El Paso, TX
  V6
Jason Carlson   El Paso, TX
  V6
The crux for me was pulling off the dirt and making the first move. The throw to the razor didn't seem nearly as hard with my beta. Jan 24, 2016
Cesar Valencia  
  V6
Here is a beta video of See Spot Run and Short order cook. Hope you enjoy it.
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vimeo.com/79991904 Nov 21, 2013
Rafael Rovirosa
Salt Lake, UT
Rafael Rovirosa   Salt Lake, UT
Felt really easy for V6. I'd say more around V4 but fun either way. Jan 22, 2013
this one was fun, sweet last minute send. but its like 2 moves, then the crux move, then some easy buisness. the crux was cool, not nearly a 3 foot dyno though, and i dont remember any sloping huecos. get on this one! Feb 29, 2012