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Hueco: V1 Font: 5

Type:  Boulder, 12'
Original:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]
FA: Ryan Mather
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Ryan Mather on Jan 31, 2015

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Center-right of the slab face of the eastern-most boulder in the Que Luna trio.

To start, use good ledges about shin-level for feet, hands in the bottom cracks (about shoulder level). Ascend the slab face using a combination of horizontal cracks and widely-spaced knobs, trusting your feet along the face. Top out with a mantel, then walk down and towards Que Luna boulder, passing behind, to descend.

Stay towards the center; a variation tackles the arete to the right.

Crux is the second half of the problem, where hand and foot options begin to space out.

A fun problem tucked away from the trail.

FA with Samuel Maxwell and Liliya Shtikel, 01/31/2015


Located in the Clearcut on the slab eastern boulder in the Que Luna trio.

The approach and landing area can be muddy

To get there: descend the trail from The Forest/Sanctuary area located on the west side of the "East Parking Lot". Walk down the trail towards Fraggle Rock. The Que Luna trio is located south of the trail, off in the brush about 25 feet. The trail turn-off is about halfway between Fraggle Rock and the East Parking Lot/The Sanctuary (just south of Warm Up Boulder)


Two pads and a spotter

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