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Cross Cube 

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

   
Type:  Boulder, 30'
Original:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
FA: ?
New Route: Yes
Season: spring summer fall
Page Views: 228
Submitted By: MitchRush11 on Jul 20, 2014

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Description 

Start as far toward the man-eater boulder as possible on the face opposite the trail,(south side). Traverse to the right staying low and not using the top edge. Climb around the corner and top out using either the slot or keep going to top out using off the pocket.

Location 

South face of the cube

Protection 

A couple of pads on the rock and stump by the corner


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By MitchRush11
Jul 20, 2014

Please let me know if this is already an established problem, I'm guessing no due to the amount of moss I had to clean off. I'll put up pictures asap
By Austin Lynch
Jul 21, 2014

Check out "Cube Traverse" - it might be the same problem.
By MitchRush11
Jul 21, 2014

Yeah I was looking at that one, but what I got out of it was that the cube traverse started at the corner and went across the east face. And it also says its only 15 feet, this one I made is easily 30 ? I also spent an hour scrubbing it so it looked untouched to me. When I get pictures up people can look and if its the same I'll take this down
By Austin Lynch
Jul 23, 2014

From what I understand, "Cube Traverse" starts on the southwest corner of the boulder, then traverses to the east face. You can top out above the slot (just to the right of "Corner Problem"), or keep going until you hit the northeast corner, which butts up against the trail.

Of course, I could be totally wrong. Thanks for cleaning up the rock!
By Terry Kieck
Jul 23, 2014

I used to do the cross cube traverse as part of a circuit at BFR so I do know it has been done before. Its surprising how fast moss grows. I would give the FA to the guys of the past. I doubt I was the first. Good long boulder traverse! Thanks for posting the problem.
By MitchRush11
Aug 4, 2014

Awesome thanks for all the info guys I'll take the FA off if anybody knows who might have bagged this one first let me know. Fun problem hope everyone enjoys it.
By JimmyHann
From: Rapid City
Oct 22, 2014

The FA was definitely done long ago... Dave G or EB might know who dun it