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Mr Magoo Boulder
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Mr Magoo 

Hueco: V1-2 Font: 5

   
Type:  Boulder, 10'
Original:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
FA: Unknown
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Submitted By: Avery Worthing-Jones on Jan 1, 2005  with updates from DGraham

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BETA PHOTO: Mr Magoo, V2 sit start(red), V0-V1 stand start (gr...

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Description 

This problem is on the magoo closest to the access road it is on the left hand side while facing the rock from the road. It is route 6 on my pretty little picture.

Sit start on the two obvious hand holds. Throw high to a small shelf. Then head straight up to top out. Top out is the same as route 5, Up and Over.

Protection 

None.


Photos of Mr Magoo Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Topo
BETA PHOTO: Topo
Rock Climbing Photo: Topping out on Mr. Magoo.
Topping out on Mr. Magoo.
Rock Climbing Photo: Laws using Mr. Magoo's eponymous feature to mount ...
Laws using Mr. Magoo's eponymous feature to mount ...

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By mungeclimber
Mar 7, 2005

again, not an official name. And there are several variations on the this the "magoo" face.
By Paul Boardman
Jan 31, 2006

This problem is called Mr Magoo! See the Mr Magoo face in the middle of the wall?
By Mike Deitchman
From: Boulder, CO
Apr 27, 2016

Mr Magoo was originally a stand start (hands on the slightly slopey finger rail at about 7 feet). The soil has washed away significantly in the 20+years I've been climbing. I'm aware of about ten different variations to this problem ranging from 5.9 to V7.

The problem was originally rate 5.9, as I recall, so V0-. Sit start I think we started calling V1, but then, we were a bunch of sandbaggers...