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Swiggity Swag the Nightmare Stag 

Hueco: V1 Font: 5

   
Type:  Boulder, 12'
Original:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]
FA: Unknown- anyone know?
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Submitted By: Donovan Corcoran on Mar 28, 2014

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BETA PHOTO: Quinn starting up the problem.

Description 

Climb using the edges of the two large (body size) huecos. We used the two two-finger pockets that are separated by about an inch wide bar of stone as the finish. Could top out but it might be high ball.





Note: My buddy "discovered" this problem during a recent trip to the Red. We wanted to put it up because 1. there was but a single problem posted here for a boulder that I know plenty of people have climbed and 2. hoping someone will see and be able to give some more information about the problem. Anyone know FA or any other beta about the climb?

Location 

Follow the trail that leads to the back of the boulder (where the V8 is). The rock is on your left when heading down this trail. The problem is identifiable by the two large (body size) huecos

Protection 

Pad(s) and spotter(s)



Photos of Swiggity Swag the Nightmare Stag Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Brady warming up at the base
Brady warming up at the base
Rock Climbing Photo: It's the pinnacle on the right
It's the pinnacle on the right

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By Tim Powers
From: Indiana
Mar 31, 2014

This not a new problem, this boulder has been climbed to death!
By Donovan Corcoran
From: Oxford, OH
Apr 2, 2014

My buddy "discovered" this line during a recent trip to the red. Wanted to put it up 1. because for the boulder that has indeed likely been "climbed to death" there was but a single problem posted here and 2. in hopes that someone would find it and be able to give us some beta of when an FA was actually made
By Tim Powers
From: Indiana
Apr 3, 2014

I did that over 20 yrs ago to the top!and I am certain that it was probably done before me and my crew!