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Green Lotus 

Hueco: V3 Font: 6A

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V3 Font: 6A [details]
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Submitted By: Alex Bury on Dec 17, 2012

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BETA PHOTO: The overhanging wall on the central boulder.


Sit start the overhanging face, below the right facing jug.
There is a good starting edge for the left hand and some funky, shallow pockets for the right.
The first move is the crux, a tough huck to the jug.


On the huge, central boulder.
Find the overhanging wall. Sit start below the right facing jug.

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Very good.

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Rock Climbing Photo: Kyle pulling the start of 'Green Lotus'.
Kyle pulling the start of 'Green Lotus'.

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By Chairrison
Aug 2, 2014

Humbled on the starting pull after cruising the Cosmic Hand.
By Jon Hartmann
From: Ojai, CA
Jul 10, 2016
rating: V5 6C

I'm going to have to say this starting move feels like a V5 to my fat fingers.
By Alex Bury
From: Ojai, CA
Jul 13, 2016

I'm stoked to get more of a consensus going on with these problems. Thanks for contributing, Jon! I encourage others to put their 2¢ in as well.
Green Lotus was really the first problem I established here; the first move was always pretty demanding. It's also a big, reachy dynamic move so folks under 5'10'' might find it especially tough.
Such a cool little zone, it's great to see it getting some attention.

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