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|Submitted By: ||Seth Derr on Apr 3, 2012|
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Hucking for the jug on Cave Wave
Terrifying to look at, but not all that bad. The trick is to commit, because if you don't... well, just commit. Start with your left foot in the seam and your right hand on the crimp in the middle of the face. Launch for the lip with both hands, then top it out.
Just off the trail near C Sit, opposite the Creekside boulder.
A few pads for sure, and a spotter doesn't hurt either. As long as you commit to the move you'll miss all the intimidating protrusions, and the landing is a okay.
Cave Wave, V6, Governor Stable
By skinny legs and all
From: Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
Jan 4, 2014
rating: V6 7A
This problem was a fair bit more dangerous before the landing was built up with logs. If you are tall or are good at dynos, it is not really that difficult. This is a one move, fairly long huck from both feet on a ramp.