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Walt's Wall
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5.7 Cracks T 
Boulder Exit 9 T 
Edward's Crack T 
Edward's Crack, Left Exit T 
Edward's Crack, Right Friction Finish T 
Foolishness T 
Fourth Of July Crack (Hard Promises) T 
Friction Slide T,S,TR 
Gill Seam, The 
Heroes Become Weak 
In Through The Out Door (formerly entered as Water Streak II) T,S 
Jabberwocky 
Jacquot's Face T 
Jake Direct T 
Jake's Variation S 
Mantle Route AKA Koedt's Route TR 
Mary 
Ripmaster T 
Satterfield's Crack T 
Sisca Face T 
Tourist Trap T 
Walt's Wall T 
Water Streak (aka Friday's Follies) T,TR 
Weak Become Heroes 
Unsorted Routes:

The Gill Seam 

Hueco: V3 Font: 6A

   
Type:  Boulder, 10'
Original:  Hueco: V3 Font: 6A [details]
FA: John Gill
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Submitted By: bart cubrich 1 on May 7, 2015

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Description 

The route follows a series of pin scars up very thin crack on a nice-sized boulder. Crux one is standing up, and crux two is finishing it. This is one of the most classic and obvious beginner lines in Vedauwoo.

Location 

With some strength and accuracy, one could throw a pad to the base of this boulder from the parking for Edward's Crack. If you park facing Walt's Wall, walk past the pine tree, and you are there.

Protection 

A pad is useful, because the landing is rocky.


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By bart cubrich 1
May 7, 2015

This is probably a little harder than V3 if you do it in hiking boots, as it was most likely done by John Gill originally.