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Routes in Javelina Cave and the A Frame

"O" Dyno, The V7 7A+
4 Finger Bush V1 5
A-Frame Crimps V7-8 7B
Arete, The V5 6C
Bad Pinch, Bad! V6-7 7A+ PG13
Block Pinch V1 5
Bush of Evil V5 6C
Drilled Pockets V4-5 6B+
F in A Dyno V6 7A
Guy V2-3 5+
Hueco Placebo V6 7A
Javelina Center V1-2 5
Javelina Left V6 7A PG13
Javelina Right V4 6B
Lip Traverse East V0+ 4+
Little Guy V7 7A+
Maximum Value V9-10 7C+
No Pockets V8 7B
Other Warm-up V0 4
Pocket Stuffer V7 7A+
Rails, The V6 7A
Silverbell Lip Traverse V2 5+
Tage Der Schurzen V10 7C+
Underframe Traverse V7 7A+
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Type: Boulder, 6 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Tommy Wilson on Mar 3, 2008
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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Description

Far right on the drilled wall is a stellar short boulder problem. Starting on a good right hand edge and a left hand gaston in a dish, move to the positive open-handed edge, reset feet, and fire long to the slot crimp. Reset feet again and huck to the lip. Classic power moves on steep rock. One of Tucson's best. The low start from the obvious crimps adds two interesting body tension heavy moves, bumping the difficulty up a grade or two.

Location

far right side of drilled wall.

Protection

pad

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Jared LaVacque
Anchorage/Grand Junction
  V7
Jared LaVacque   Anchorage/Grand Junction  
  V7
Or, to eliminate a move: start on right hand edge, left hand gaston, right hand to small pinch crimp rail, left to 1/4 inch purchase crimp and fire to the lip. Mar 16, 2009
DDriscoll
Tucson, Arizona
 
DDriscoll   Tucson, Arizona
 
Great problem. Not that obvious, but the line will pull you in. Mar 8, 2008