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Crucifriction 

Hueco: V6- Font: 7A

   
Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
FA: Jeremy Jennings
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Jeremy Jennings on Jul 31, 2012

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Crucifriction, V6.

Description 

Start with a right hand, crimp sidepull in the angled crack and a left hand on a small crimp edge. Your right foot is placed far right and your left foot is placed low in the angled crack. Move your left hand up to a pinch, then throw your right hand to a slopey sidepull and compress. Get your right foot up onto a small foothold and dyno up to the jug at the top of the boulder. The topout is easy.

  • I could not find this line on Mountainproject, and there wasn't any chalk on the holds. If this line has been done, please comment and let me know, so I can make this correction!*

Location 

This is two climbs to the right of Energy, V5, on the Energy Crag Wall.

Protection 

Crash pad and spotter.


Photos of Crucifriction Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Starting hands and feet for Crucifriction.
BETA PHOTO: Starting hands and feet for Crucifriction.

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By justin hausmann
From: Fort collins
Nov 17, 2013

Did this both the compression way- hitting slightly higher than I originally thought on the right arrette and the more fun - straight up dyno to the jug - fun stuff, eh?
By Abner
Jul 24, 2014
rating: V5 6C

The compression on the slopers definitely make it harder. Do the dyno, you won't be disappointed.
By Ryando Smithman
From: Golden, CO
Nov 2, 2014
rating: V5 6C

Fantastic, stand alone problem with great holds. The dyno is super fun.
By evan h
From: Denver, CO
Jul 8, 2017
rating: V5 6C

So I think this felt easier than V6, because I used the more obvious, left sidepull to start the problem instead of the small, flat crimp indicated in the beta photo. Maybe using the crimp honors V6 a bit more, but the sidepull seems like the obvious choice for a start hold. I only realized this after the fact, but judging from all the chalk, I'm not the only one! Really fun problem!

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