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Little Cottonwood 

Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
FA: Bill Patton
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Submitted By: eddysamson on Jun 29, 2014

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Searching for one of the indents on the arete

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Start low on the arrete under the bulge and climb the arrete into the jugs for the top out. Tricky beta to get the jugs.


Located on the large roadside boulder across from the Shark's Fin boulder. Its around the left side by the pockety boulder with Chuff on it.



Photos of Little Cottonwood Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Sizing up the reachy first move
Sizing up the reachy first move
Rock Climbing Photo: Fun start
BETA PHOTO: Fun start

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By eddysamson
Jun 29, 2014

This climb is featured in this video:
By ferrells
Jan 11, 2015

this video is really good!
By Bill Patton 1
From: Underhill
Jun 15, 2015

The original line stays true to the actual arete and requires holding an open hand sloper with the right hand, and doing a sort of bicycle move with the right heel higher on the edge than the left - which backsteps below on the arete. If you can get the balance point just right you can then free up the left hand (which has been on the underside small crimp) and statically grab the high jug slot with the left. I had to do it static since I had only a small pad and no spotters. After a pretty good fall I went out and bought my first good crash pad. I've seen most recent ascents either do a huge dyno grab with the right hand for the high bucket or use a series of slightly better edges just above the arete proper. For a true send - has to be static :-)
By Graham O.
Oct 10, 2016

Cool problem, super burley!

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