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Hueco: V3-4 Font: 6A+

Type:  Boulder, 12'
Original:  Hueco: V3-4 Font: 6A+ [details]
FA: Andy Bowen
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Andy Bowen on Jul 30, 2014

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The awful crimp, its great after that though!


Sort of sit start with your bum against the lowest part of the rock at your back, unless you are small enough to fit all the way I suppose, finding one good foot high and right, the left foot smears and dangles a bit (I broke everything else). Put your right hand in a three finger side pocket to counter your weight (or start with the right hand side rail to make it harder and lower). Pull up, make a desperate, left hand, overhanging crimp (good for three fingers). Then adjust feet for a big throw with your right to the first decent hold, just to the right of the crack, on that bulge (you'll see it), or you may just try to dyno to the last decent left jug thing above the overhang. Follow the crack to the top. This has good holds, you just got to test them first.


It is on the backside of Crossedge Boulder (the side facing the hill).


Pad, but it is narrow at the bottom.

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Rock Climbing Photo: The top out is excellent.
The top out is excellent.
Rock Climbing Photo: Just after the little left crimp, coming out of th...
Just after the little left crimp, coming out of th...

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