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Tofurkey 

Hueco: V1 Font: 5

   
Type:  Boulder, 15'
Original:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]
FA: Andrew Gudal, Tyler Dziedzina
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Submitted By: tdziedzina on Sep 12, 2015

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BETA PHOTO: Tofurkey Area: Veggie Burger Arete, V1. Corner, V...

Description 

Start with a left hand on an sidepull and a right hand on a sloping rail. Traverse left, and don't let the arete throw you off. You get decent feet throughout the problem. Top out on jugs. This is a bit harder if you are shorter (maybe a V2?).

Note: there is a low start; however, it doesn't add too much to the problem, and there is a boulder in the way that makes advancing your feet a bit harder and more annoying.

Location 

Walk up to "High Gravity aka Slots" (just past The Cube), then look right.

Protection 

A pad and a spotter. There is mostly a good landing except for near the crux.


Photos of Tofurkey Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: The traverse. The start holds are in yellow.
BETA PHOTO: The traverse. The start holds are in yellow.
Rock Climbing Photo: Another view, this photo showing the arete, and th...
BETA PHOTO: Another view, this photo showing the arete, and th...
Rock Climbing Photo: Reachy.
Reachy.
Rock Climbing Photo: Right foot is on one of the start holds.
Right foot is on one of the start holds.

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By tdziedzina
From: Golden
Sep 21, 2015

If anybody has any knowledge of somebody else FA'ing this prior, let me know.... We had cleaned quite a bit of boulders and cobbles from the landing, which exposed some footholds, and cleaned a decent amount of lichen off of the boulder problem, especially on a few key handholds. There was no chalk or shoe rubber when we found it.
By David Tennant
From: Denver, CO
Apr 28, 2016
rating: V1 5

This problem in my opinion has one of the the best textures of any problem I've done at Morrison (<V2), north or south sides. I want to give a big thank you to those that cleared the landing zone. Two pads fit perfectly under this problem, and with someone spotting on the rocks, this thing is a very safe problem. Alone and with one pad would likely be quite a bit more bold. The jugs at the end are great, so the high exposure there just adds to why this is really classic line.
By Geoff E. Mercer
From: Worcester, MA
Jun 9, 2016

May be one of the best V1s in the Front Range? Or at least the Morrison area! Very fun movement for the grade! Beginners may struggle with the beta ,since it's quite balancy coming around the arete. Love the sloper on this problem. Fun warm-up for stronger climbers, and a great project for a beginner, get on this!

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