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Scrubbed Thin  

Scrubbed Thin  

Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

   
Type:  Boulder, 15'
Original:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
FA: unknown
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Submitted By: Tom Beckley on Jan 27, 2015

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when facing the thin face, it is the left most problem to date, start with thin hands and ft, bumping the left foot to a polished dish, left hand moves to the undercling, stand up on the left foot and go from there, Top Out Over The Peak

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By funkmcclain
Apr 9, 2016

These names are incorrect and grades not confirmed.

Also, bad style to post a picture of every move. I hope you taped the holds.

Delete this page.
By funkmcclain
Apr 9, 2016

The epitome of how our gym rat generation can ruin a climbing area and destroy the possibility of creative and intuitive beta development. I'm all for sharing knowledge of local spots but find them via the right avenues.
By Tom Beckley
From: Arcadia, CA
Apr 9, 2016

dont assume, climbed in a gym less than fingers on my hand. was excited i got the route and posted some pictures, don't have to look at them if you don't want to.
By Aaron Wilkins
Apr 9, 2016

Guideline #1: don't be a jerk
It literally says that before you add any comment.

What are these "right avenues" you speak of?

The names are incorrect? What are the names then? Who was the first ascent?
Grades are never confirmed, it needs more climbers to confirm the grade.
By Albert Kernberg
May 27, 2017

I start this by right foot edging a small rail. Seems convoluted to to use the large edge to the right. The natural line starts with the small rail.

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