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Balls to The Wall 

Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

Type:  Boulder, 10'
Original:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
FA: Unknown
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Bretton on Aug 30, 2016

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Balls to The Wall V2 boulder. Start hold is obviou...


Starts matched on lower sloper, with your heel on lower left flake. Pull up and shift your weight onto the heel. Go left handed to the crimp left of the sloper (can be grabbed upside-down if you want to pinch). Then throw the right hand out around the arete, there is a slight dish on the arete. Then go left hand around the other side, foot on the start hold and top out.


not to far off the path, just take a left before the butterknife boulder and head towards the walls over yonder, it'll be directly next to them.


a single pad will suffice.

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By Apelton
Oct 1, 2016

Fun warm up, but not a first ascent. Most of the problems have been done in this area.
By Bretton
Oct 4, 2016

I wasn't sure, I had to do some serious scrubbing on this thing. Do you happen to know who got the FA?
By john strand
From: southern colo
Oct 4, 2016

Could have been an f/a you never know. i bet that there's lots of undone problems in the area.

Shit, people started telling me that "all the routes have been done" that was the early 80's..BULL there's still tons of f/a's in NH routes and thousands os new boulder problems to do
By JChepes
From: West Ossipee, NH
Oct 5, 2016

This problem was done years ago. Most of the stuff in the loop
gets dirty quick because of lack of action. Lots of new problems have
been put up in the past couple years but not documented. Enjoy!
By Apelton
Oct 5, 2016

I'm honestly not sure who got the FA on this one. I do know that it has been a part of my warm-up routine for the last couple seasons. I always assumed someone had climbed it, given its proximity to the parking lot. I wasn't trying to take it away from you. Just trying to inform.

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