|Original: || Hueco: V0 Font: 4 [details]|
|Season: ||Fall, Winter or Spring|
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|Submitted By: ||Mark Lewis on Mar 20, 2013|
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This problem is located on the east face of the boulder. Start on a prominent, good edge on the white rock and climb up the face. Great jugs are located on the arete to the right, or make it more difficult (V1) and stick to the face.
Good top-out holds are a relief for those of us with the top-out jitters.
Delicate feet for the starting moves is probably the hardest section of this problem since the white rock down low is pretty friable.
East face of the boulder, beginning on the easily recognizable edge located in the white rock section of the face. The edge is about 2 inches wide.
Down climb the NE corner of the boulder.
Good flat landing. It doesn't get any better than this. BUT...it may be required to shovel some cow shit off the landing, as cows tend to gather around the boulder for meager shade, as is the case with many landings in Ibex. Adventure bouldering - where you have to shovel shit to get on the problem!