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Shadow of a Man 

Hueco: V5 Font: 6C

   
Type:  Boulder, 15'
Original:  Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]
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Submitted By: Ben Mangelsdorf on Aug 28, 2013

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Description 

One of the best of the grade the Holies has to offer. Starting on a low jug, move up to a slopey sidepull, do some magic with your feet and reach your left hand up to a bad crimp. Get your feet up, and do a tricky move to a blocky jug in the middle of the face.

Location 

On the face of the Shadow of a Man boulder directly left of the right arete.

Protection 

2-3 pads and a spotter


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Rock Climbing Photo: shadow of a man
shadow of a man
Rock Climbing Photo: Pulling hard on that final crimp before the big mo...
Pulling hard on that final crimp before the big mo...
Rock Climbing Photo: Clay firing for the jug - Spring 2016
Clay firing for the jug - Spring 2016
Rock Climbing Photo: Abbey Smith on the opening moves of Shadow  (from ...
BETA PHOTO: Abbey Smith on the opening moves of Shadow (from ...

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By Alexandra K
Nov 16, 2015

I am a relatively (ok, very) short climber (5.3') and having a hard time figuring out what feet to use to get to the middle crimp on this one. Any short-person beta appreciated. Thanks!