|Original:||Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]|
|Season:||Long as there's no snow|
|Submitted By:||Bjorn on Aug 17, 2009|
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From: golden, co
Nov 25, 2011
|If you are talking about the right sloping crack with the finger locks and the vertical crack to the right center (all liebacks) of the picture, it is not V2...I would say significantly harder for sure. The farthest right crack up by the tree I would say is V2. The leftmost arete in the picture has to be a mid-range boulder problem (V6-8). I have climbed V4 at BRC and Movement, and all of these problems seemed significantly harder...luckily I was top rope soloing or I would have ended up with broken ankles.... You definitely want lots of thick pads, or a rope and belayer (there are top anchors, and a chain slung around a huge boulder for the rightmost crack.... They are both accesible for TR).|
By A. Bandos
Apr 22, 2014
I gave these a go today. Not bad little problems. Super close to the parking lot.
- Farthest right seems V1+. Some jugs mixed in with a hand crack. Definitely no harder than a 5.10 line.
- Straight up middle V2-3. Fun sidepulls and small feet at first. Soon turns to crimp and awkward undercling.
- Left side. Didn't send. Hardest of the three lines.