Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: ?????
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Shared By: Luke Childers on Jun 23, 2010
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"Left Huge"

This is located uphill about 30-50 yards east of "The Game". Nested in the shade, this short but powerful line is worth it. Start is the same as for "Huge, V11?" but moves left after the lip toss on good holds with one last sick move to gain the better holds on the slab above. Cool line!! Move like V8 if you dig big toss moves on mostly good holds.


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Peter Beal
Boulder Colorado
Peter Beal   Boulder Colorado
Called the Hug, see my comment about Boulder Canyon blog guide info. Jun 24, 2010
Andrew Mann
Boulder, CO
Andrew Mann   Boulder, CO
No, this is "Hug Left" as described above. Hard V8 feels about right. Jun 27, 2010
Peter Beal
Boulder Colorado
Peter Beal   Boulder Colorado
I was referring to this "Start is the same as for "Huge, V11?"" Jun 27, 2010
The Hug, Hug Left. Nov 28, 2010
Leo Paik
Westminster, Colorado
Leo Paik   Westminster, Colorado  
Okay, it seems like there is confusion here...and the comments really don't seem to clarify this. Can someone who knows this problem well please clearly indicate what the name of the problem is? Thanks! Nov 29, 2010
tcamillieri   Denver
The line you are referring to is called The Hug Left @ V8.
t Apr 4, 2011
Kegan Minock
colorado springs
Kegan Minock   colorado springs
The location description is great, but any way we could get a picture up? A picture is worth a thousand words. Apr 14, 2011
half-pad-mini-jug   crauschville
The Huge Left Hug, V8/11. May 27, 2011
I am curious, I am from Amarillo Texas and did some bouldering in the Cob Rock area. There are a lot of chalked boulders and not very many problem descriptions here in MP. I had a great time on the few boulders I tried (limited to sleeping pads), but I'ed like to know if you guys know what these boulders are or where I might find out?

Thanks, this is a linked picture:

gallery.me.com/jeremymbauma… Jul 23, 2011
Matt Pufnock
Boulder, CO
Matt Pufnock   Boulder, CO
Watched a few vids of this after completing yesterday. Looks like most people start higher on the arete than I. Starting left a bit lower adds an extra bump move before throwing to the lip (for a bit more of that "Hug" action). So, could be a bit of variance on the grade depending on choice of start, but hard 8 to easy 9 seems the right range. Apr 30, 2012