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Everything and Nothing 

Hueco: V5 Font: 6C PG13

   
Type:  Boulder, 15'
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Submitted By: Euan Cameron on Jun 14, 2008

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Mike making the commiting finishing moves on Every...

Description 

Start down low at the horizontal crack. Stay clear of the boulder on the left, and make tricky moves out onto the steep wall.

Make a long reach up to a good pocket and then finish directly over the nose.

Spectacular.

Location 

Climbs directly up the North East prow.

Protection 

pads and spotters


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By Pat Hagberg
From: California/ PNW/ Minnesota
Aug 18, 2008

how do you get here from mammoth??
By Euan Cameron
Administrator
From: Mammoth Lakes
Aug 22, 2008

Check out the directions from Toms Place here Pocketopia. Toms Place is about 15 miles south on the 395 from the Mammoth Lakes turn off.
By Andy Liu
From: Eastern Sierra
Mar 10, 2014

By Daniel Winsor
Nov 21, 2014

Reportedly, the gigantic hold at the lip was pulled off about a month ago. Not sure if the difficulty was affected. The climbers who broke the hold were able to repeat it after and called it "more sustained".
By Raddam6
From: Salt Lake
Mar 17, 2015

What a great line. That being said, I injured a tendon today while crimping on the 3 finger edge for the right hand near the middle of the line. When you grab that hold, make sure your fingers are in the right 2-1 arrangement to avoid overly straining the ring finger.

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