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Baby Burmese 

Hueco: V8- Font: 7B

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V8- Font: 7B [details]
FA: Ian CB or old school
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Ian CB on Apr 7, 2012

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Climb out the cave and topout on Like Shaking Hands with God. Start left hand on a crimp and right hand on a good sloper pinch. Super fun movement and friendly holds. Very steep and pretty pumpy. This is a shorter version of Burmese Python and cuts off a few moves.


3 to 4 pads. Landing is not perfect.

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By Ian CB
Apr 7, 2012

Jeremy got some pics that he will add soon. Really fun and horizontal roof climbing on pretty good holds. Definitely check this thing out. Stays cool in the roof too.
By Paul Campbell
From: Waukesha, WI
Apr 7, 2012

Sick! I was looking at this, definitely a cool line. Looked hard!
By ryanh0504
Apr 7, 2012

saw the chalk when i was out there today. I'm gonna have to do this next time. Definitely some cool holds.
By madisonchoss
Apr 29, 2015

This isn't a boulder problem. It is part of a project and should be deleted.
By Ian CB
May 1, 2015

It climbs a boulder, it's a boulder problem. People have climbed and enjoyed it. You have a strange mentality when it comes to climbing. I sure hope this mentality doesn't become the norm.

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