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The Huck

V5-, Boulder, 12 ft (4 m),  Avg: 3.1 from 65 votes
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Nevada > Southern Nevada > Red Rock > Red Rock Bould… > Kraft Boulders > Angel Dyno
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Start as for the Angel Dyno but move more or less straight up to a small but positive right hand crimper. Find the foot beta and make a long reach to the lip. Mantle it out and move along. A great sequence.

If anyone knows the name and grade post it up.


Crashpad and a spotter feels good.

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Kim working the Huck
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Marvin doing work on the Huck
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JGHarrison harrison
Reno, NV
[Hide Comment] the guidbook calls it "Left exit" or something like that and puts it at V4 Dec 24, 2011
Andy Hansen
Longmont, CO
[Hide Comment] You're right. The V5 variation is something silly like "use the hold as a left hand gaston..." and then make the same move to the lip. Sort of a contrived variation. I suppose a soft V5 is appropriate for the grade. Dec 24, 2011
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I have no idea if this is The Huck or Left Exit. I did end up doing a left gaston... Jan 2, 2013