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Hueco: V8 Font: 7B

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V8 Font: 7B [details]
FA: Andy Salo
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Submitted By: James Otey on Nov 13, 2010

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Many consider this to be the best problem at Nine Corners. Start sitting with a left hand on a good edge and your right on a sloper. Throw up a right heel and move up to a sloping crimp rail, using sidepulls out left to finally bump up to good left hand crimp. Make a couple more crimpy moves and mount the slopey topout.


The back face of the Wall boulder


A couple pads

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By Jay Shultis
From: Oneonta, NY
Oct 6, 2016
rating: V8 7B

Ole Thorazine is not tall and bold but gets everything you need in those 11' to be world class. Crimps, tension, crazy beta, send you home crying wet fires, a tough lip that your hands just can't quite hold on to, and a rad mantle finale.

Only in bouldering will you find a line that everyone thinks is classic with a LAY-DOWN start! You might not think your feet are anything to fuss about on the problem with ledges for feet but mind you put a toe in the wrong spot you will immediately be on the ground! Get your toes dialed in and you will stick like glue.

I have always admired this line and feel strongly that if you are at Nine you should be getting on this line. Don't let the grade scare you off, give it a whirl. Each move can be climbed from the ground. Why not try???

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