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Leavitation 69 

Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+

Type:  Boulder, 40'
Original:  Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+ [details]
FA: Pat Goodman?
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Submitted By: Jesse Ryan on Jul 6, 2007

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A wild trad and rad boulder problem that requires serious core strength. Certainly height-dependent in difficulty. This line starts on Nat's Roof Crack. Climb Nat's to the final rail that dead ends on crimps on the right side of the crack. Make the crazy (height-dependent) feet stab to the big shelf further right. Cam your feet into the shelf and work your way to the right, exiting up the crack immediately to the right of Nat's.


Starts on Nat's Roof Crack.


A pad might be nice for the last moves into the final crack, otherwise the line is so low you don't need a pad.

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By johnh
From: Laramie, WY
Jul 6, 2007

A great problem that is getting a little tougher as footholds used to set up for the heel-toe cam continue to break. If you choose to continue right on jugs to a highball slab finish (fun), please use caution when pulling onto the jug that allows for the mantle transition onto the slab. Under a great deal of weight, the hold has a slight flex.

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