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Dropped in The Water 

Dropped in The Water 

Hueco: V3 Font: 6A

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V3 Font: 6A [details]
FA: Mike Puente?
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Mike Puente on Aug 31, 2009

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BETA PHOTO: Dropped in The Water, V3.


Start at the large jug near the water, and follow left uphill, use the large crack and jam to get you into the next section of the rock, then follow the ledge with sketchy feet and dyno to the last hold and up. This is a long traverse, probably one of the longest at Rotary. Not necessarily a very difficult route, but its just so dang long. The crux is the last move (the 21st), the rock is also pretty sharp, so be careful.


From the Talent Scout, follow paths down to the water, you can see the gigantic rock the whole walk down.


One crash pad to protect you from the rock below the last move.

Photos of Dropped in The Water Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Walking toward the boulder.
Walking toward the boulder.
Rock Climbing Photo: The last few moves (feet critcal here).
BETA PHOTO: The last few moves (feet critcal here).
Rock Climbing Photo: Right behind the boulder.
Right behind the boulder.
Rock Climbing Photo: Setting feet for campus.
BETA PHOTO: Setting feet for campus.
Rock Climbing Photo: Setting up for the dyno.
BETA PHOTO: Setting up for the dyno.
Rock Climbing Photo: The last two holds before the dyno.
BETA PHOTO: The last two holds before the dyno.

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By Buster Jesik
Oct 26, 2009

When did you do the "FA"? I'vE been climbing this traverse for a couple years, and I'm sure I'm not the first either. Also, it's a shame that someone vandalized this problem with that stupid, orange, hippy sun thing.
By Evan Sanders
From: Westminster, CO
Jan 22, 2011

Remove yourself as the first ascender. People have been climbing this boulder for years.

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