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The Lukes... A.K.A. Loyalty To Skill 

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

Type:  Boulder, 11'
Original:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
FA: Luke Childers
Season: Good most of the year.
Page Views: 2,100
Submitted By: Luke Childers on Jul 16, 2009

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Luke Childers revisiting his "Loyalty To Skil...


Climb the steep crimps up the right-most side of the "Full Connection Wall." The crack/book system to the right is not to be used.

This line is also still very dirty but the climbing is so good that it's a must climb in my mind!!


From the "Child's Play Boulder" walk NORTH/EAST while traversing the lower hill side until you reach this low ball traverse.


The (EAST SIDE) climbing of "The Work And Play Area" can also be reached by splitting off with the "Sisters Trail" and taking "The Hidden Fawn Trail" until you are down and to the EAST of the right most Sister. Before the trail meets with the "Dedisse Trail" head left or (North) into a flat wooded area. Walk about 50 yards and you will start to see "The Piano Boulder." Once at "The Piano Boulder" head right or (EAST) and slightly uphill until you pass some tall obvious over-hangs with solid rock slabs at there base. Keep looking to your right or (North) for a small some-what hidden corner where the "Full Connection Wall" and its two lines can be found.


Pads and a spot.

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By Luke Childers
Dec 2, 2012

After consideration of the 2nd ascent made by my buddy, Lucas Hill... I'm renaming the problem "Loyalty To Skill" to "The Lukes". And to all those there that day! You were all awesome and can't wait to get out more with you all!!!
By Thegillest
From: Boulder, Colorado
Sep 2, 2013

Was sent by me and my buddy in September of 2010. No need to rename!
By Luke Childers
Oct 24, 2013

Sorry about the rename, but I wanted to share it with my buddy, and I did this line maybe 10 yrs ago but never told a name really. So it seemed fine to change the name or give it an AKA. Thanks

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