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Dave's Line 

Hueco: V8-9 Font: 7B+

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V8-9 Font: 7B+ [details]
FA: David Tucker
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Submitted By: Michael Rose on Jan 12, 2009

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Sit start at the far right of the main, large roadside boulder. This line climbs just left of the breakdown of the boulder's right side. The side of the boulder is off.

Sit start on the chunky, blocky portion at the bottom of the overhang. Move up through crimps (useing the "little beaver tooth/porcupine crimp") to gain the left facing sidepull. latch the top and roll over.


Far right side



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By Justin Miller
Apr 14, 2011
rating: V8+ 7B+

Rock Climbing Photo: Left hand hold after waco and right hand crimp. It...
Left hand hold after waco and right hand crimp. Its almost like two holds that you pinch. The thumb settles into a little curve.
By Justin Miller
Apr 14, 2011
rating: V8+ 7B+

Start on the block with right heel on rail. grab waco then cut feet and place heel on top of chunk block(heel toe cam possible). Gain right hand crimp. Lock off your right lat to get the crimp pinch hold in place. Place right foot on rail or even jam it in deep and release left heel. Over-grip the crap out of the left hand hold thumb catch and all then stand up and grab the tooth. Place left toe on top of chunk block then dyno for the slot hold the swing, get feet or campus to jugs and top out.
By Elliot Gaunt
From: Lynchburg, VA
Nov 4, 2014
rating: V8-9 7B+

Does any one know anything about Whitney? 7C+ Dyno to the left of daves line that John Glassberg put up years ago?
By Aaron Parlier
From: Boone, NC
Nov 4, 2014

Never heard of it Elliot, but the line sounds awesome!
By Jay Shultis
From: Oneonta, NY
Nov 17, 2014

It climbs through a low horizontal crimp into the high left facing jagged crimpslot, then dyno to the lip. It's just a few feet left of Dave's line.

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