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Lateral internal sphincterotomy 

Hueco: V2+ Font: 5+

   
Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V4+ Font: 6B+ [details]
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Submitted By: Jerry Wu on Jun 17, 2017

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compression start.

Description 

Sit start with left hand on arete with bomber thumbcatch and right hand on slopey sidepull, solid feet. bump throw right (crux) to an ok juggy sidepull move feet and set up for a solid heel right. top out left.

Location 

behind old school and good vibrations at the end of the halfmoon area.

Protection 

squishy dog to catch your fall.


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By Mike Kleban
Sep 7, 2017
rating: V1 5

Judging by the photo, i believe this is the boulder that is directly above Good Vibes that is pointed like a pyramid at the top. If so, I know exactly what "bomber thumb catch" you are referring to. Although very fun, this goes around V1 i believe as i consulted with Chris Redmond and Brian Mancuso, two pioneers of the mountain. Please contact me via instagram, as i boulder sourlands often and would love to come out and see how you did the line!
By JD Bagert
Oct 9, 2017
rating: V2 5+

Yeah, if this is that little roof above Good Vibrations (hard to tell by the dark photo), the climb is unnamed but is established. I second Mike's thoughts on this, I remember grade feeling closer to V1-V2.

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