Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Shirtless Mike on Oct 14, 2009 with updates from Jerome Martinez
Admins: Hank Caylor, Matt Richardson, LeeAB Brinckerhoff

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Start on an adjacent rock on a huge flake. This rock is considered on for both hands and feet. From the flake work your way out underneath the capstone on mostly good holds utilizing toe and heel hooks. As you approach the end of the capstone grab good holds over the lip and pull up onto the boulder.


In the Girls of Juarez cave area, formed by a large capstone.

Step off right for the descent.


Several pads and spotters. The landing zone is very uneven and a out of control fall would not be good from any point on the problem.


Scott Brown
Scott Brown   Bellingham
So Good. One of my favorites in Hueco. May 3, 2012
San Diego, CA
dgill   San Diego, CA
Super Rad. Beautiful setting, good holds, and a step up in difficulty from No One Gets Out Of Here Alive. The fall potential looks worse than it is. If you have a few pads and a good spotter you're golden. Also the top out slab is a wee bit chossy. Don't forget to stay focused as all that blood rushes back to your head! Feb 9, 2017
Graham O.  
One of a kind problem, must-do for the grade. I ended up jumping for the first Hueco, then turning completely around, latching a toehook on the big shelf hueco, then using a knee bar to turn back around and match. Crazy stuff, just bring spotters as the landing is far from ideal considering the position that you are climbing in. Feb 19, 2018