|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.
Coyotes climbs this arete.
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 arête of Lone Wolf after a minute. Coyotes is the arête 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.