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The Wave 

Hueco: V1 Font: 5 X

Type:  Boulder, Grade V
Original:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 X [details]
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Submitted By: ian cutrona on May 23, 2015

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looking at the wave.


Start at the bottom right of the problem. You'll see holds on the undercling. Work left. getting out from under the wave can be a little tricky. there's two "ok" holds up top. watch your swing. you'll want a good spotter on the boulder behind the wave to catch you if needed. the landing will be really bad if you fall. having someone there to pull you back to the other boulder is ideal. then throw a heel over the far left side and mantle over the top. the holds are good and you'll stick it for sure. it's just a little scary.


just behind and down the hill from B1 traverse. it's on the other side of blank generation.


You'll want a spotter on the boulder behind you to pull you back to safety. be vocal with your spotter. you can swing sometimes and get back on so you may not want them to grab you when you swing. so just be vocal if you need them to grab you.

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Fun heel hook to mantle top out

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By Crackson
Aug 27, 2016
rating: V2 5+

Much harder than V1 with a Yabo start from the bottom underclings, I'd say at least V2. Landing is fine, no need for an X rating.

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