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Is That a Frog in Your Pocket? 

Hueco: V1 Font: 5

Type:  Boulder, 18'
Original:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]
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Submitted By: Sid Gautama on Nov 26, 2013

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This is the obvious traverse that traverses, right-to-left, the most popular section of the Bridge Boulder, starting with a fingertip traverse, to a wide stem, to a low, juggy sequence, then battle across a bulge to finish at a no-hands rest on the corner left of OCLV.

5 to 7 moves, fun, FUN.


Is That a Frog in Your Pocket? starts just left of the notched "descent log"


no pad, no spotter necessary...but you must avoid the occasional frog that's basking in the sun

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By Sid Gautama
Nov 26, 2013

a nice endurance exercise without any strain on the tendons...I have not tried it left-to-right...a nice, long sequence of moves 5.9-10b

yah, be gentle with the jugs!
By Tom Beckley
From: Arcadia, CA
Aug 1, 2014

This traverse was first done by going right to left but topping out over the water on the obvious horn perturding out , good holds getting the the horns just an awkward out, first did this problem about 2 years ago and can easily say the top out over the water is the mental and physical crux, super fun and pumpy, have yet to finish it all the way around, turns smooth past the horn

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