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Breaking the Ice 
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Breaking the Ice 

Hueco: V0-1 Font: 4+

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V0-1 Font: 4+ [details]
FA: Jeff McJennett
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Submitted By: Jeff McJenn on Oct 16, 2013

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Making the move for the lip. short but exciting

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Simple but a bit contrived because I consider all the left holds in between the starting jug and the lip all off. It's just a simple, fun dyno problem. Start with a nice jug in the middle of the small boulder then the crux is finding high feet on this water polished boulder to dyno to the lip.


After heading towards Frigid Air Buttress by going through the wash, this boulder is right before the bend leading to the Tri-force boulder. It's right after the trail goes through the large boulder in the wash.


A pad is nice but not necessary..a spotter is necessary though because if you miss the dyno you might launch back into the wash and if you do that you want to make sure you land on your feet and not your neck.

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Rock Climbing Photo: The start on the jug, next move is for the lip aft...
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By Cunning Linguist
Oct 18, 2013

That is contrived. Desperation breeds strange ideals. Use those holds and a one legged man could do this barefoot carrying a stretcher.

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