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Hueco: V3 Font: 6A

   
Type:  Boulder, 8'
Original:  Hueco: V3 Font: 6A [details]
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Submitted By: kyber on Jul 28, 2014

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BETA PHOTO: Repeat Action V3

Carver cliff is on PRIVATE PROPERTY! MORE INFO >>>

Description 

SDS using right sidepull/undercling thing and move left towards the big jug slot then mantle up the rail/slab

Location 

located on the Ledge Boulder directly on the other side as Side Swipe

Protection 

a pad and someone moving it to the left as you go or two pads and no spotter. pretty low to the ground and your pretty much squared up to the ground so no potential for awkward falls.


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By kyber
From: Portland
Jul 28, 2014

I think this is considered a V4 but it seems easier to me than other notable 4s at Carver like Carver Classic, Grasshopper, Radical Edwards, Sugar Cube and Side Swipe so I entered it in as V3.
By bryans
Jul 28, 2016
rating: V3+ 6A+

I did this yesterday. I can see this being V3 if you just hit the slot with your left hand and exit ASAP to the right. But if you match the slot and keep traversing as far left as possible to the furthest left "pinch hold," then use the sidepull rails on the right to exit via a mantle, it's more in line with other 4s at Carver. Yes, that's contrived. But so is bouldering, and "the point" of some problems can be to purposely go the hard way and make a problem longer, harder and hopefully more rewarding.