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Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

Type:  Boulder, 12'
Original:  Hueco: V6+ Font: 7A [details]
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Submitted By: Wade on Aug 7, 2009

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The upper moves on ICBJ.


Start on the overhang closest to the road, and climb from back and right. It has a scary fall.


Pads, 2+.

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Rock Climbing Photo: ICBJ and proximity to CO Hwy 82.
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By Mike Soucy
From: Longmont, CO
Oct 15, 2012

FA John Sherman. Know what it stands for?
By Crazymonkey
Sep 19, 2016

Buy the guidebook, but "ice cube BJ", you can put 2 and 2 together on the name. It's a very cold cave problem. I thought the approach was a bit off with that left hand parking. It was definitely not big enough for my SUV.

I parked at the Devil' Punchbowl right after mile marker 50 from the Aspen side. From that big pullout, walk back down the road considering speeding cars and your crash pads sticking out on that thin shoulder. You will have to walk about 500 yards downhill. The easiest landmark that I found was a triangle-shaped, man-sized boulder right off the right side of the road if heading from Aspen and the left side if you are walking down from the large pullout. ICBJ is literally right after this triangle-shapped rock and right before if walking down. Just look for a big tree log laying down right before the cave problem as shown slightly in the photo. Good luck.

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