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Ain't No Thang 

Hueco: V0-1 Font: 4+ PG13

   
Type:  Boulder, 17'
Original:  Hueco: V0-1 Font: 4+ PG13 [details]
FA: no info available, I claim 1st 08-09-2014
New Route: Yes
Season: summer
Page Views: 78
Submitted By: Joe L 82 on Aug 11, 2014

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BETA PHOTO: "Ain't No Thang" V0-V1

Description 

An easy boulder problem just off the main path below the Western side of the crag. Problem goes up the center of the stone with a slightly positive pitch on meaty juggy holes and some seams and under hooks in the rock, work your feet to make an easy send to top out and scamper down the other side of the rock. Really great problem for beginners.

17 feet high measured

Location 

just off to the left (heading down the path) of the main path below the Western side of the crag. (when approaching the crag from the parking on the hiking trail you would turn right once you reached the top of the crag and head West until you could get around that side of the crag. Follow that trail down around and continue for ~ 30yrds and rock is on your left just off the trail, the problem faces down the hill away from the main crag.

Protection 

a crash pad and spotter are never a bad idea but should be mandatory for beginner climbers.


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By Ben Comin
Mar 18, 2016

Climbed it today. Definitely fun!

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