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Hueco: V5 Font: 6C

Type:  Boulder, 12'
Original:  Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]
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Submitted By: Blkjesus on Jan 24, 2010

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Kenny on Hamburger.


Start off center boulder below the horizontal cracks, directly below a scar on the top of the boulder. You start off with a generous undercling and slap for the first crack with high feet - you can bump up with a series of slopey little finger holds or just go big depending on your ape index - match on the crack and move to the left of the line, get your feet up high and slap for the next crack up and to the right. keep your feet moving high and make use of the scar if needed, there is a generous top-out. Feet are very important on this problem, without good feet you will be wasting a lot of unnecessary energy.


From the main bouldering area, travel east about 50 yards and you will see a large boulder on your right (from Hyperion Arete you can see Hamburger through the trees). If you are standing at Cheeseburger boulder or in and around The Boneyard, you have to turn around and go about 30 yards or so back.


Great landing, flat soft ground with plenty of space to lay the pads down.

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Rock Climbing Photo: Start on the lowest jug to the undercling then up ...
Start on the lowest jug to the undercling then up ...

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