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Hueco: V5- Font: 6C

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Submitted By: Andy Bowen on Sep 7, 2015

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The start-ish.


Sit start or hang low (this depends on the pad), and start the sequence of sideways radness, moving left on big but sandy and sloping holds. You have to get the sequence right to finish the wrap around/top out. Once you've made it through the first big moves, try to have you right hand in the last obvious hold before the swing around the corner. Look for a couple great crimps that will help you gain high smearing feet, and make one last desperate move to the top (or balance through sloper crimp things). Use BALANCE or have big arms.


This is halfway up the hill from The Cave and Easy Flake.


There are lots of rocks under you. Three pads are best, I did it with two.

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Rock Climbing Photo: The last hold before the corner/wraparound move.
The last hold before the corner/wraparound move.
Rock Climbing Photo: Eyeballing the top.
Eyeballing the top.
Rock Climbing Photo: The wraparound.
The wraparound.
Rock Climbing Photo: Last throw. (The dog hit the camera, I'll repost b...
Last throw. (The dog hit the camera, I'll repost b...

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