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Hueco: V4 Font: 6B PG13

Type:  Boulder, 25'
Original:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B PG13 [details]
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Submitted By: tradcragrat on Oct 9, 2008

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First crux dyno.

Reopened after flood damage! MORE INFO >>>


This sweet problem goes up the bulge to the right of the big triangular wall. Start out on an undercling, then bust some big moves to a horn at about 17 feet. Now the fun part: high step and get established on the slab. I would recommend not falling from here.


This is across from the southeast side of the main boulder.


Lots of pads and spotters.

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By Jeremy Finnegan
Aug 24, 2009

The problem is actually called Thrice Commitments whoever posted this fyi-.
By loc
From: colorado springs co
Sep 3, 2009

Sorry to sandbag you, but I don't think it's a V4. Maybe a V2 at the most, but I could be doing a different line. Do you top out, Jeremy?
By Jeremy Finnegan
Sep 4, 2009

Most def. top out one is pussing out right which I have done mannyyy times, because top two follows the arete to the top using that cracked horn, but yeah I would agree more w/ locs' grade.
By JasonT
Aug 7, 2010
rating: V4+ 6B+ PG13

Worked on this today and not sure if I was using the right beta but definitely felt harder than V2 and maybe harder than V4. Loc likes to downgrade things that he's never sent. Didn't have a spotter so wasn't comfortable dynoing for the horn, then the rain came. It's a little chossy, but has fantastic movement...I'd honestly say V5.
By Jeremy Finnegan
Jun 9, 2011

The Scare factor is ridc on this being that it's so muddy. When I got the FA, I had like 5 pads and three spots, so that def affected the send, and esp now that is has broken so many times the problem is completely different than when I did it. That is for sure.

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