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Reachy sidepulls? 

Hueco: V7-8 Font: 7B

Type:  Boulder, 15'
Original:  Hueco: V9 Font: 7C [details]
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Submitted By: LeeAB Brinckerhoff on Jan 12, 2009

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Winding up for the last hard move, photo Chris E. ...


Start off of a block that sticks out of the main horizontal under the roof and make along move to a triangular hold over the lip. Match or reach up left to the first sidepull and go again to the second. Get your feet up and make a barndoor dynamic move to a sharp square cut edge, match on another edge and move up to the big horizontal. Drop off.


Middle left of the main bouldering roof.

Just to the right of the inverted staircase feature at the left end of the big low roof.



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By Jarred Cleerdin
Jun 8, 2010
rating: V9 7C

Fun good moves this is more about raw power in the arms and tips unlike alot of the other hard lines around it that give you foot cams to help out with some of the hard moves. This is one of the few lines here that you will find the crux on the face rather than under the roof or pulling the lip.
By claude.
From: ABQ, NM
Jun 12, 2011

There is an additional line that links this route (Reachy Sidepulls) into The Murray Pinch via the good crimp just up and left of the second sidepull/block. From the crimp, grab a terrible stacked two finger crimp with your right, figure a way to contain the swing to bump your foot up, and continue up and left through the marginal crimps to the finish of The Murray Pinch. More than likely, really hard for shorter people.

Similar in difficulty to The Murray Pinch.
By Jarred Cleerdin
Feb 15, 2012
rating: V9 7C

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