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Chump Unknown 

Hueco: V4-5 Font: 6B+

Type:  Boulder, 15'
Original:  Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]
FA: ???
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: chris deulen on Jul 6, 2008

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BETA PHOTO: You actually can't see the start which is around t...


Start on Stump Chump (or just stand using the bomber undercling and huge left sidepull). Work up a move or two, then use that core strength to press into a wicked double gaston. Fancy footwork bring one into the shallow wanna-be dihedral to the right of the arete, and perhaps another gaston. Either stay in the shallow area, or utilize the arete on the left. Both exits make this semi-traverse the most classic line on the First Street Boulder (in my silly opinion).


This is the proudest line on the steepest arete with the huge chalked starting holds, where the boulders meet the dirt, road facing.


The landing can actually be kinda sketch, as small boulders start to line the base on this side, so several crash pads a couple spotters are recommended, but not necessary if you're as awesome (stupid?) as Egg and me.

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Rock Climbing Photo: Starts around just to the left of the arete (the s...
BETA PHOTO: Starts around just to the left of the arete (the s...

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From: Duluth Mn
Jul 17, 2008
rating: V4 6B

Soren did this yesterday sans shoes, very impressive.
By chris deulen
From: Castle Rock
Jul 23, 2008

Soren is a little girl.
By Pat Hagberg
From: California/ PNW/ Minnesota
Aug 18, 2008

yeah.. what he said
By tylerzimm
Jun 17, 2010

jeff kolehmainen did the FA in 1997, he named it "sick little monkey".

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