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KeelHauling  

Hueco: V5 Font: 6C

   
Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]
FA: Steve Hopkins
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Submitted By: Sean Gilman on Nov 23, 2015

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Description 

Start Bougie Time but traverse right low on arete (crimp only) and into Pick your Poison. Finish Pick your Poison

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By Joe M.
Administrator
Dec 7, 2015

How low are you supposed to stay on this? I did this but think I did it wrong, as I followed the line of good holds around to the topout on the right. Only felt V3ish. Probably the more obvious line...
By Sean Gilman
Dec 7, 2015

Joe- keelhauling stays low around the arete on crimps and finishes up on crimps past the right side of the arete. traversing around the "lip" and finishing seems more obvious but not a better boulder problem. feel free to add a route
By Joe M.
Administrator
Dec 7, 2015

Does it stay low right from the start, or does it use the jugs of Bougie Time then drop down?
By Sean Gilman
Dec 7, 2015

The first shelf is on as you come to the arête and then the line follows the crimpy slots around the arête and further right. Then follow crimps up and right to lip. FYI the cramps are about waist height the entire time until finish
By Joe M.
Administrator
Dec 8, 2015

Cool. I definitely stayed too high going around the corner. Fun the way I did it but not as hard...
By Nickgrai
Jan 28, 2017

I kept a right heel hook and my left hand on the shelf leading up to the arete while i dropped down for the crimp on the arete with my right then i bumped up to the lip just left of the fallen tree. Keeping the heel hook while i matched my hands on the lip . I'm not not sure if this is correct ,but it's fun either way.

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