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Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

Type:  Boulder, 8'
Original:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
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Submitted By: BrianWinslow on Apr 24, 2007

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Lisa pulling off the pads...


Start sitting on a smaller boulder (about 2 feet high) on a left undercling and a right crimp, with a left heel hook and a right toe under the boulder. Bump up left to another crimp then make a powerful move right and then up, or just go straight up from the crimp. Mantle the finish.

Used to be harder until the starting crimp broke and got bigger!


On the rounded corner of the balance boulder. Balance boulder is the obvious orb balancing on some smaller boulders at the top of the hill in the area. This route starts just above a few smaller boulders on the right side of the boulder.


You will definitely want some pads to protect the uneven boulders at the base of the route, and some spotters would be nice too.

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Jeff getting in to that crimp!
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Timmy making the first move.
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Me going nowhere!
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Chris Cook setting up.
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By Mike Thompson
From: Manchester NH
Jul 9, 2009

sent this problem today! yay!!! first V6!! had a blast doin too!
By Jesse Coburn
From: Manchester, NH
Jul 11, 2009
rating: V5+ 6C+

alternately i used a toe a little closer to my body than where most heel hook. i thought it made the move less powerful (if possible)
By Mike Thompson
From: Manchester NH
Jul 11, 2009

i did it the same way jesse did...and it felt the best out of the really high left foot by your chest or the heel hook to the left :)
By BDalhaus
From: Bangor, ME
Jul 13, 2009
rating: V6 7A

I've always used a heelhook, which I've found makes it so much easier that I now start the problem one-handed and do everything statically, but I can't see that beta working for everyone. I'm guessing most people do this as a 2 move problem, left to crimp, right to top, which is far easier than using the sidepull flake out right, but in my opinion, less enjoyable.
By Mike Thompson
From: Manchester NH
Jul 13, 2009

hmmm bryce did you use the pinch? i went from the start left to the crimp switch feet right to the slopey pinch get right foot up to the start and then to the top
By Pat McGinn
Aug 28, 2009

I found it easier to do it in one move but maybe that's because I'm shorter.

By Jesse Coburn
From: Manchester, NH
Aug 30, 2009
rating: V5+ 6C+

yeah i repeated it this way. i thinks wicked powerful but the problem is anyways... i think this needs to be down graded because it can be done so many different ways suiting most peoples styles..
By lee hansche
From: goffstown, nh
Mar 21, 2010
rating: V6 7A

psyched to get this thing today... just a handful of goes... turns out i can still boulder a bit i guess... fun problem... i did the 2 move beta...
By Jeffrey.LeCours
From: New Hampshire
Dec 8, 2010

It's all about the journey right? I love New England bouldering.

By Christian Prellwitz
From: Telluride, CO
Jul 4, 2012
rating: V6+ 7A

I use the flake out right. Footage starts at 1:47

By Graham O.
Sep 2, 2016

Really cool boulder, but doesn't climb nearly as good as you would think.

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