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Hueco: V3+ Font: 6A+

   
Type:  Boulder, 12'
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Submitted By: mark robert on Dec 29, 2010

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Description 

Sit start on obvious layback, move left to torquey side cripm, right hand move up and right to slopey miny ledge, continue to left crimpy sidepull and with some fun foot work gain the top.

Location 

Right before freight club, up canyon from it by like 30 yards.

Protection 

A couple pads


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By Joshua Dreher
From: Bremerton, WA
Dec 30, 2010

Hey Mark. Nice job finding new stuff! That's my favorite thing about the black hills. If you Continue down the canyon drainage past freight club and tension comprehension about five or ten minutes you will come across two amazing limestone blocks, one leaning on the other facing down canyon. I established one problem on the boulder to the right that starts under it, in the roof, and climbs straight out to a tall top out. V6 I think and I called it The Pharaoh. These boulders both have a lot of potential if i remember correctly. Go check it out! Have you tried Project Mayhem or the Downing Direct?
By mark robert
From: rapid city, south dakota
Dec 30, 2010

Right on man, yeh the hills are amazing i love it here, ill have to scope that problem, let me know if you kinda remember exactly were its at, and ill get some pics and get it posted. Happy climbing bro

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