REI Community
The Creamery
Select Route:
Buckets Forever 
Cookies and Crimps 
Fast and the Flurrious, The 
First Come First Served 
General Electric 
General Steampunk 
Icebox Slab 
Lactose Tolerant 
Pop, Lock, and Drop 
Silent Observer 
State of the Art 
Stick Boy's Festive Season  
Sucker Punch 
Sunset Delight 
Tap and Sickle 
Whiskey and Success 

The Fast and the Flurrious 

Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+

Type:  Boulder, 8'
Original:  Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+ [details]
FA: Thomas Townsend, 2013
Season: Afternoon sun, otherwise mostly shady.
Page Views: 824
Submitted By: andy patterson on Nov 29, 2013

You & This Route  |  Other Opinions (5)
Your todo list:
Your stars:
Your rating: -none- [change]
Your ticklist: [add new tick]
Your opinion of this PAGE:    [0 people like this page.]
The big bump.


Yeah, I know, when you first walk up to this line it looks like a not-so-tall V4. Trust me: it's much harder than it looks. Begin from the sit with right hand on wonderfully sharp little sidepull, and left on equally sharp crimp. Perform some contortionist trickery, slap left to sloper-rail, then figure out how to bump your right hand up the bulge. Packs a lot of climbing in a small space.


Left of Sucker Punch, located on the Sucker Punch boulder, which is immediately behind and left of the Frigidaire boulder.


One pad will do the trick.

Photos of The Fast and the Flurrious Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Fast and the Flurrious
Fast and the Flurrious
Rock Climbing Photo: Me, setting up for the big moves.
Me, setting up for the big moves.

Comments on The Fast and the Flurrious Add Comment
Show which comments
By andy patterson
From: Carpinteria, CA
Sep 22, 2014

I've heard some people argue about the grading. There's a bunch of ways to do this problem, and all of them feel dramatically different—in my opinion. Take the V7 grade with a grain of salt. The way Bernd, myself, Dean, and Thomas first did the problem was hard-ish, but I know problems have a way of settling over time.

This little boulder affords amazing rock. I love the left hand sloping crimp with the tiny shred-your-tips imbedded crystal.

Mountain Project

The Definitive Climbing Resource

MTB Project

Next Generation MTB Trail Maps

Powder Project

Backcountry Ski Maps & Secret Stashes
FREE Stickers · Gyms · RSS · School of Rock · Contact · About