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Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
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Submitted By: Ladd on May 14, 2007

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olivia flashing edges


Start on the obvious edges on the right side of the face with a large, good foot and climb straight up on crimps. Topout over the awesome juggy lip.

V4+ as a sit start, and V7 if climbed as the finish of Sidewinder.


On 10ft High face east of The Professor.


Pad and an attentive spotter.

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By BrianWinslow
From: Concord, NH
Mar 18, 2008

this is my favorite warm up in the area, I do it every time I am there.
By J Meagher
Apr 8, 2013
rating: V2 5+

This was my first climb at Pawtuckaway. Awesome for getting used to the area because the landing is nice and it gets you accustomed to the tough grades. The topout is fantastic.
By Cryptic C62
From: Lawton, OK
Nov 23, 2014

I started on Edges and worked left into Four Hole. Felt like V1. Anyone know if this is an established line?
By Ian McAfee
From: Concord, NH
Nov 23, 2014

Not an independent line because Pawtuckaway isn't Lincoln Woods. Been done many times, good though. Doing Edges as a one move dyno/deadpoint is another worthwhile variation, maybe v3 imo but I have a large ape index and am 5'11" or so.
By Graham O.
Jul 7, 2016

Decent little line, but I don't really think it's as classic as people say. It's fun, but pretty short and repetitive. Still can be a worthwhile part of a warmup circuit, and still can be fun by itself if you choose to enjoy it. Just my two cents.
By Jack Ritzenberg
Oct 31, 2016

Fun climb for a warm up!

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