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The Subterranean Wall (A.K.A.) The Dragon's Den
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Exposed In Darkness 

Hueco: V4-5 Font: 6B+ X

Type:  Boulder, 20'
Original:  Hueco: V4-5 Font: 6B+ X [details]
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Season: Fall/Spring are best
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Submitted By: Luke Childers on May 21, 2009

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Jim Hausmann reading for the crux move of "Ex...


Start by laybacking on a set of nice but thin crimps. Then crank left to a larger but still insecure sidepull. Move into a right hand gaston, and pull to a sloping textured lip. Spring up to a nice jug with your right.

From here, either continue right to finish with "Skyjacked" or began moving left to a layback crack system that is found just under a small overlap.


This is located on The Subterranean Wall left of "Skyjacked."


No less than two spotter and multiple pads!!! A high fall could be very serious!

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By Monomaniac
From: Morrison, CO
Jun 18, 2009

Great line Luke! Great rock & cool moves, with an unfortunate landing. I think you mean "right hand gaston", yes?
By Luke Childers
Jun 19, 2009

Hey thanks Monomaniac,
I did mean a right hand gaston. I have now corrected the info. Thanks for noticing. And yea it's a cool line. I love this one.
By rufusjmiller
Sep 29, 2016

This is really Bruce Lee. Best done as a sit start way off to the right. You can call it whatever you want, it's still one of the best around.