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The Edge 

Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
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Submitted By: Avery Worthing-Jones on Jan 1, 2005

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This problem is on the magoo closest to the access road it is on the left hand side while facing the rock from the road. It is route 7 on my pretty little picture.

Start with both hands on the arete and work your way up then over right until you can top out.



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By mungeclimber
Mar 7, 2005

Again, just to be clear. The name given here is not necessarily the proper name for this problem.
By Jason Ogasian
From: South Lake Tahoe
Feb 4, 2014

There is a problem called The Edge on 360 degree rock. Route 7 in this picture looks more like it points to Bates Problem to me.
By Fueco
From: Boulder, CO
Nov 27, 2016
rating: V2 5+

This is the Bates Problem, isn't it? Or is it a variation not using the right start hold for the Bates Problem?
By Fueco
From: Boulder, CO
Dec 1, 2016
rating: V2 5+

It finally dawned on me what this is supposed to be...

This is the Sit Start for the Bates Problem. The topo is incorrect, in that it shows this starting with the Bates Problem.

The SDS is definitely V2. The stand start, not so much. The stand start goes V0 (V0+ or harder if you're short).