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Exit Wall Dihedral 

Hueco: V0 Font: 4

Type:  Boulder, 12'
Original:  Hueco: V0 Font: 4 [details]
FA: Unknown
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Submitted By: Mathias on Mar 12, 2016

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BETA PHOTO: Exit Wall Dihedral.


To the left of the Exit Wall, between it and the Exit Wall Slab, is a very dirty dihedral.

With a jagged finger to hand-sized crack tucked away in back of the right side, a fin like projection in the middle of the dihedral, and sides that seem to wrap around in a chimney-like way, this easy problem gives a nice to change of pace to the crimpy lines around the park.

V0 may be a stretch for this problem, but it will likely cause new climbers to think a little. I found no obvious crux, just some fun moves made a little less secure by lots of dirt. I'm sure a stiff bristled brush or some traffic would clean it up very quickly.


The Exit Wall, also known as the Chickenhead Wall, is North of The Prow just past the tree. The dihedral is just north of that, around the corner (climber's left).


The ground slopes away below this and the V2 slab next to it, but there is a relatively flat spot big enough for a pad. It's not a very high topout.

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