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G: The Layup 

Hueco: V1 Font: 5

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Submitted By: Jay Shultis on Apr 2, 2013

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Nick topping out the left face

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SDS on on a good right edge, pull up into slanting seam, then climb good edges to the top. A good introductory problem, aside from the height. Also, be wary of some loose rock below the lip (easily avoidable).


Riverside face of boulder.


Pad, tall.

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By sumDB
Apr 13, 2013
rating: V1 5

The sit start adds one good pull to the problem although it doesn't change the difficulty overall
By Jay Shultis
From: Oneonta, NY
Apr 16, 2013

Awesome, I never even noticed the SDS holds, I will check it out next time!
By sumDB
Apr 17, 2013
rating: V1 5

It's good. the left hand is what I usually use for my starting foot and the right hand is finger nail sized crimp. Thats what really makes it worth doing imho.

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