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Fritz Face 

Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

Type:  Boulder, 13'
Original:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
FA: Dimitrius Fritz
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Submitted By: Rob Gordon on Jan 21, 2011

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Looks like V2 but it's not. Won't go into too much detail or post a picture because it is a fragile climb, but it's pretty easy to find.

One big undercling. Two small crimps. A little tricky beta.

Be careful with this one, it's changed a lot since I've been working it.


In the Canyon Boulders area.


Pad. The rock behind isn't problematic really.

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By Chris Owen
From: Big Bear Lake
Feb 16, 2016

Saw Yair do this as a two-handed dyno from the undercling to the top - this was certainly the FA without the crimps, and I'm led to believe that it was the overall FA.
By Rob Gordon
From: Hollywood, CA
Mar 1, 2016

Very interesting.
By Fat Dad
From: Los Angeles, CA
Apr 24, 2016

There's a video on youtube of some strong but skilless doofus trying the same maneuver. Like many flakes at Stoney, it's not going to be there for long with people wanking on it like that.
By Conor Clarke
Apr 9, 2017

In the Stoney guidebook this is listed as "Meathead," with the suggested beta being the aforementioned dyno. I found this to be easier than the other v6s in the park, though it's probably helpful to be tall.

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