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Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+ [details]
FA: Andy Raether
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Submitted By: Chris Hirsch on Nov 22, 2006

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fun moves. photo: B. Fellenz


A very Squamish-esque line. This climb took me forever until I came here when it was about 40 degrees and it went right away. Being that its a sloper fest it is a very temperature dependent problem. Depending on the weather it could go anywhere from V5 to V9. Start with hands matched on the v-shaped edge. Follow the slopers to a seam then top out over the nose/peak of the boulder.



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Rock Climbing Photo: Dobbe sending.
Dobbe sending.
Rock Climbing Photo: The crux sloper. photo: B. Fellenz
The crux sloper. photo: B. Fellenz
Rock Climbing Photo: a slopey rail that tends to be temperature/humidit...
a slopey rail that tends to be temperature/humidit...

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From: Duluth Mn
Apr 2, 2010
rating: V7 7A+

Was very upset today to find someone had dumped about half a bag of loose chalk on the start hold and heel hook of recently. I know this is bouldering but we could show a little restraint in the amount of chalk we use. Definetly took away some of the excitement of sending a long standing project for me.
By kevinpilon
May 20, 2010

this is a fantastic line. Felt really hard and then it just suddenly seems to click.
By Colin R
From: Ottawa, ON
Sep 20, 2010

Where does the line start end in the photo? Sorry for being a stickler...

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