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A Fistful of Moss 
Ambitious and Disordered 
Another One Bites The Dust 
Brass Monkey 
Can Opener, The 
Changing Tides 
Clever and Devoted 
Coyote Killer 
Crystal Blight 
Dance of the Toadstools 
Darkness Falls 
Darkside Project, The 
Devil's Steps, The 
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End of the Line 
Faceful of Dirt 
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Golden Nikes, The 
Honky Tonking  
Hot Rod 
Island in the Sun 
It Came From Beneath The Sink 
Lichen It 
Lone Wolf, The 
Lord of the Flies 
Lord Of The Flies Direct 
Lower Jaw 
Mammoth Dyno Project, The 
Most Dangerous Game, The 
Music For The Tilted Generation 
Perry's Problem 
Remedy Project TR 
Satan's Alley 
Sickening , The 
Slot Machine 
State of Fear 
Tears Of A Lone Wolf 
Tooth Fairy 
Top Gun  
White Fire 
Wild Ride Project (Stem Cell Research?) 


Hueco: V3 Font: 6A

Type:  Boulder, 15'
Original:  Hueco: V3 Font: 6A [details]
FA: Jake Perry
New Route: Yes
Season: Fall
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Submitted By: Jake Perry on Apr 27, 2016

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BETA PHOTO: Start somewhere in the V and follow the arete.


Another great slopey traverse. Start down low on the left arete (to the left/below the crack) and traverse the lip, fight the pump because the crux comes at the top. Make a tough move to the top of the peak and pull a hard topout.


The Lone Wolf boulder at the South End, this is the left arete and it shares the top out with The Lone Wolf.


2 pads. 1 for the traverse and one to cover the rock at the bottom of the top out. A spotter is also nice.

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Coyotes climbs this arete.

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By matthewWallace
From: plymouth, nh
May 29, 2016

I was out walking around this spot today, I did not see this boulder, where is it located?
By Jake Perry
From: Concord, NH
May 30, 2016

If you walk straight away from dragons back, with your back facing towards the gazebo, you should see the obvious arĂȘte of Lone Wolf after a minute. Coyotes is the arĂȘte to the left of that. It might be harder to find the boulder now that there's so many leaves on the trees. Man I was so surprised to see all the foliage, it's like a jungle out there now.

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