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Detached Direct 

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

   
Type:  Boulder, 10'
Original:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
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Submitted By: damdug on Mar 24, 2014

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Start low on right leaning crimp rail. Big throw left to pocket. Top out at highest point.

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By Brad Caldwell
From: Deep in the Jocassee Gorges
Mar 25, 2014

This sounds like the beta for Quartzite Lollipop...any way you can clarify the difference with a picture?
By damdug
Mar 26, 2014

Not my pic, but I think you can see the "slopey dish" as the lighter section right side of boulder in this pic? The start I'm talking about is a rail crimp in center of boulder. The pdf guidebook seems like it has the problems in reverse order? It indicates that the Traverse and Quartzite Lollipop start from different sides, but my first thought was the most obvious feature to start lollipop was on the left.
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By abbey133
Oct 7, 2014

I would not recommend topping out at the highest point. It was definitely really shaky and if anyone cranked on it too hard, it could probably fall.

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