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Double Socket aka Enter the Dragon 

Hueco: V5 Font: 6C X

   
Type:  Boulder, 14'
Original:  Hueco: V5 Font: 6C X [details]
FA: Splattipus & R. Miller (sds) in '90s?
Season: Fall/Spring best
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Submitted By: Luke Childers on May 21, 2009

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Description 

The best line at The Subterranean Wall for sure!!

On the far left side of the wall next to a nice shade tree is an overhanging crack/face system. Climb straight up and over for your four star victory!! It's difficulty, as are many of the lines on this wall, is still unsettled. Nonetheless, this line will challenge every inch of your being. It's a must do!!!

Location 

This is located on The Subterranean Wall. It is the leftmost over hanging crack/face system next to a nice shade tree. You can't miss it.

Protection 

One spotter will do for this one and a few pads, but more would be very welcome on this line. The landing is not as bad as some of the other lines on this wall. However, it's still a serious highball that should not be taken lightly!!


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By Monomaniac
Administrator
From: Morrison, CO
Jun 18, 2009

I agree this is the best line, but I think the landing is terrible. I was pretty terrified while topping this out. You have to do a number of non-trivial moves well off the deck.
By Luke Childers
Jun 19, 2009

Yeah, I was a little spooked topping out this one because I was by myself. I think if someone where there I would have still be scared. Still after rounding the bulge it was just a matter of staying cool for me. Great line with great consequences!!
By Patrick Peddy
From: evergreen,co
Aug 15, 2009

I'm pretty sure we got the FA of this one. We call it Enter the Dragon. FA myself and R. Miller (sds) in 90s. One of the best at The Sistas.

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