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Hueco: V8 Font: 7B

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V8 Font: 7B [details]
FA: Brian Sandona
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Submitted By: Remo on Dec 2, 2009

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From bellow steep bulge, start on large ledge and gain upper section of bulge. Top-out. Super cool!


If at Massive Vertigo hike downhill and right for approx. 50-75 feet. Looking right(south) you should see this large feature. Or right behind the Roof Traverse Project.


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Rock Climbing Photo: Hard moves, John in action.
Hard moves, John in action.
Rock Climbing Photo: The Prow.  Start...  John Sweatpants.
The Prow. Start... John Sweatpants.
Rock Climbing Photo: Prow.
Rock Climbing Photo: Prow.

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By sweatpants
From: Broomfield, CO
Dec 2, 2009

It sounds like something that Peter described. Did you guys try this out? Looks really cool!
By Remo
From: Madison, WI
Dec 2, 2009

No, we were on our way out, looks awesome though. I think I may head up Sunday if it's not too cold.
By Dobbe
Dec 3, 2009

Some one had moved rocks around on the landing for sure. Looks super rad!
By Peter DeSalvo
Dec 3, 2009

This was done by Sandona back in 2004. It's around V8ish. Scary landing with one spotter.
By Remo
From: Madison, WI
Dec 3, 2009

Thanks Peter, do you know if he named it?
By Peter DeSalvo
Dec 3, 2009

There is a problem to the right where the ferns are that is V5, but not very good.
By Peter DeSalvo
Dec 3, 2009

I can't remember what the name is.
By Peter DeSalvo
Dec 3, 2009

You guys going up on Sat?
By Remo
From: Madison, WI
Dec 3, 2009

I have to work, but maybe Sunday.
By Peter DeSalvo
Dec 3, 2009

I would go up on Sunday and look around for some stuff. Looks like it will be cold.
By sweatpants
From: Broomfield, CO
Apr 28, 2010

scary landing for one spotter is an accurate report. They did a good job building up the landing but then there's just a drop off that kind comes into play later in the problem. This thing is super! Apparently Sandona dyno'd some how to the slopey bread loaf like feature from what Desalvo says and then goes up from there. I was able to find a more static way. I have video of my best try (last try) but am away with work, so i will upload it when i get back. my beta that you will see is from chris's last picture of me on the undercut edge and the good right hand, i bump my left hand all the way down and out to a pretty good sized undercling, then with foot still cammed in the start fall into the slopey loaf with right hand, bump to very top with right hand (that's the farthest I've linked it) I've done the other moves though from there so let me know if you have questions. This thing is really fun and 'thuggy'!
By sweatpants
From: Broomfield, CO
Apr 28, 2010

Also, we didn't try this, but from the start after you come up with ur left and right hand, instead of veering left for the prow, there is an easier line that could just go up and right to good sidepull edges to the top and be an easier moderate.
By sweatpants
From: Broomfield, CO
Apr 28, 2010

P.S.S. This thing is hard. Desalvo said only Sandona did it and gave an estimation. My estimation is it may be slightly harder. maybe Nic can do it when he comes in and will tell us whats up... I have no idea how sandona dynoed to that slopey feature...yikes
By sweatpants
From: Broomfield, CO
Apr 30, 2010

By Paul Dieterle
From: Pasadena, CA
May 19, 2010

"I was able to find a more static way." HAHAHA
By sweatpants
From: Broomfield, CO
May 19, 2010

lol. that's about as static as I get Paul. I seriously can't stop thinking about this line and am so excited to work on it again. some of the funnest movement. Paul, you would like it cause it's a little heady towrd the top.
By Paul Campbell
From: Waukesha, WI
Apr 28, 2011

So "The Prow" tops out more to the left then Tunder Tighs? Tunder Tighs doesn't use that slopey rail that Freaney moves to at the end of the video correct?
By sweatpants
From: Broomfield, CO
Apr 28, 2011

nic is correct, TT starts lower and moves to the normal start of 'the prow'. Then after you gain 2 decent holds. TT's floats up and right on good holds and the prow goes left onto shitty holds. Contrived? probably. But you're climbing at the lake. lots of contrived things... and I think that the movement is pretty rad on the prow so its worth some effort. I would maybe start it the same as TT's if I was to try it again.

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