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Hueco: V5-6 Font: 6C+

Type:  Boulder, 13'
Original:  Hueco: V5-6 Font: 6C+ [details]
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Submitted By: Conrad S. on Nov 10, 2015

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Climbing through the bottom of Dish Network


Your left hand starts on a great dish on the overhang. The right hand has a few options from matching to being crossed under on other holds. Move up to the slopers on the lower slab. Then, move up to the slightly incut crimper on the slab and rock upward to get a grip with your right hand and then stand up and climb out.
It's the same sit start same as "Duped..." but go straight up onto the slab.


This is the right most problem in the area and begins at the base of a slab but on a short overhanging face.
This is the outcrop that is just below the downhill edge of the powerline clearing. It can be approached from Balcony Rock or from the powerline clearing. see the old beta map.



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Rock Climbing Photo: Steve E on the starting holds of Dish Network and ...
BETA PHOTO: Steve E on the starting holds of Dish Network and ...
Rock Climbing Photo: Jeff B hanging on the sloper on the slab above the...
Jeff B hanging on the sloper on the slab above the...

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