|Original: || Hueco: V10 Font: 7C+ [details]|
|FA: ||Disputed--likely Jay Droeger|
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|Submitted By: ||Peter Beal on Dec 17, 2007|
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BETA PHOTO: A general view of the problem
Just right of the approach path is a steep smooth wall with an obvious left-leaning seam. Stand start with a long move to a poor crimp at the top of the next seam, up to another bad crimp, move left to a good edge, hold the swing and jump or down climb left.
This was likely first done by Jay Droeger and rated V8 then flashed by Tyler Landman and graded V11. Consensus is at V10, but if you're short you may have issues getting the first move down.
Lower tier center, just right of a wide groove/crack system.
A few pads and spotters--it may be best to wait for winter when a healthy bank of snow can offset the slope below.