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Da Luvah 

Hueco: V7+ Font: 7A+

   
Type:  Boulder, 15'
Original:  Hueco: V7+ Font: 7A+ [details]
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Submitted By: Tristan Perry on Dec 1, 2007

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Setting up for the heinous match on Da Luvah. Phot...

Description 

Stand start with hands above head on a good high sloping hold. Put a foot on the belly of the boulder and surge way out right to a jug that's only a bit higher. Then rock up onto a left foot, getting as much weight off your hands as possible, and streeetch up the sloping arete, possibly matching on a terrible sloper to get to the finishing jugs. The middle match move is tenuous.

Location 

Immediately to the right of Uncle Climax. (there might be a line in between tightly squeezed in between, but I can't imagine where).

Protection 

Pad for uneven landing


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Rock Climbing Photo: Crankin'. Photo by Seth Hamel.
Crankin'. Photo by Seth Hamel.

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By BDalhaus
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From: Bangor, ME
Apr 3, 2008

There is a line squeezed in between, 95 (V10). Dave W. put it up Fall 07. It starts on the same holds as Da Luvah.
By eddysamson
May 1, 2015
rating: V7+ 7A+

When you get a left hand on the awkward arete and you need to match it helps to sag down. This thing is pretty cool though, its short and has a very tall start but its worth doing if you climb the grade.
By Graham O.
Sep 26, 2016

Couldn't stick the crux, but man that campus is glorious! So cool to climb straight through the swirls.