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Foggy Mountain Breakdown 
Foggy Mountain Fin 

Foggy Mountain Breakdown 

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

   
Type:  Boulder, 6'
Original:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
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Submitted By: Aaron Parlier on Oct 5, 2011

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Description 

On the Foggy Mountain Fin:

Walk from the parking lot, passing the upper lookout and walk up the stone steps. Pass the room which has "tiger striped" quartzite streaks, and then pass the round, bulbous Hive Boulder directly below the room. Continue down the trail, passing some smaller, but not climbable stone slabs on the right, one of which has the yellow Listening Rock Trail blaze painted on it...

Just shortly after the Hive Boulder (a matter of yards) and the yellow blaze slab, you will walk upon a very small, overhanging blade that is extended toward you. it will be on your left, and just off the trail. These problem sit-starts at the bottom left portion of the fin under the overhang. Sit start with hands on the lowest crimps and feet on the blocky portion at the base of the fin. Work up through tough moves on thin crimps to gain the awesome top out.



Location 

On the Foggy Mountain Fin:

Walk from the parking lot, passing the upper lookout and walk up the stone steps. Pass the room which has "tiger striped" quartzite streaks, and then pass the round, bulbous Hive Boulder directly below the room. Continue down the trail, passing some smaller, but not climbable stone slabs on the right, one of which has the yellow Listening Rock Trail blaze painted on it...

Just shortly after the Hive Boulder (a matter of yards) and the yellow blaze slab, you will walk upon a very small, overhanging blade that is extended toward you. it will be on your left, and just off the trail. These problem sit-starts at the bottom left portion of the fin under the overhang.

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