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Road to Nowhere 

Hueco: V0 Font: 4

   
Type:  Boulder, 60'
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Submitted By: Aeon Aki on Apr 5, 2010

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BETA PHOTO: Warm-up Boulder L->R Road to Nowhere V0 Riversi...

Description 

From the southwest corner of the Riverside Boulder (The same boulder that hosts Kelly's Arete) Climb up and left then move out onto the face above the water. Traverse the length of the boulder to the shore or topout near the northwest corner of the boulder. Not great climbing but exciting even when the water is low.

Protection 

A life jacket if you can't swim.


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Rock Climbing Photo: Road to Nowhere V0
BETA PHOTO: Road to Nowhere V0
Rock Climbing Photo: Ian on the Road to Nowhere.  - Photo by Susan
Ian on the Road to Nowhere. - Photo by Susan
Rock Climbing Photo: The last half of ROAD TO NOWHERE, RIVERSIDE BOULDE...
The last half of ROAD TO NOWHERE, RIVERSIDE BOULDE...

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By Hans Hoffman
From: D'iberville, MS
Jun 16, 2011

This problem is a little chossy. I know someone who fell in because a jug broke on him and he went swimming in the cold water!
By McKay
Jun 24, 2012
rating: V1 5

Great route! Makes you sweat because you're above the water. If you chicken out there are multiple places to top out. 20 yards down the river from The Angler. The route goes around half the rock, shore to shore.
By LanceOZ
From: SLC, UT
Aug 4, 2015
rating: V1 5

Absolutely love this little traverse!!
Traversing downstream to upstream is at least V1 in my opinion and then Upstream to downstream is just a bit more spicy - but just some fun stuff.

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