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Tweekers 

Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

   
Type:  Boulder, 10'
Original:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
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Submitted By: matthewWallace on Nov 28, 2008

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working the crux of tweekers

Description 

Start on crimps with your right foot out to the right on a rail and your left foot on a small foot right in front of you at knee height (I am six feet). Then pop up to a triangle hole near the top that sticks out facing the road, then put your foot on one of the starting holds and move hands over the slopey top, hold on to the slopey top for dear life and pull over the top. This is a short problem but requires power so got at it if V2 is your limit this will be tough.

Awesome fun, I do this problem ever time I am there.

Location 

This is on the side of the road where you park. It's on the smaller of the two boulders on that side of the road. This boulder is called the Skip and Sandy Boulder. The problem is on the east side of the boulder, or if you are looking at it from the road the left side.

Protection 

Pad and a spotter.


Photos of Tweekers Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: These are the starting holds. On the two small cha...
These are the starting holds. On the two small cha...
Rock Climbing Photo: The one "good" hold on Tweekers top out
The one "good" hold on Tweekers top out
Rock Climbing Photo: Matt Wallace on the slopey crux
Matt Wallace on the slopey crux

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By Charlie Boulanger
From: Tilton, New Hampshire
Nov 8, 2014

If you break right the problem is substantially easier, going straight up over the start holds is where it is really hard.
By Graham O.
Jul 31, 2016
rating: V3 6A

Fun! But this is harder than any v2 I have ever done.

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