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Voodoo Bullshit/Bring the Noise 

Voodoo Bullshit/Bring the Noise 

Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
Season: Spring/Fall
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Submitted By: Conor O'Hale on Mar 3, 2016

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BETA PHOTO: Dastardly dude on Voodoo bullshit. I marked the st...


Start on the thin edge below the large undercling in the middle of the boulder at the end of the overhanging face. Climb up and use either the side pull of the undercling to go for a nice above with either left or right hand (its up to personal preference). The move up and slightly right to another jug and match hands. Then make a move for the top out to the right. At first finding the best spot on the top can be tricky so a pad is definitely recommended. Despite the lower level of difficulty the quality of this line is outstanding and is not to be missed!


Middle of the boulder on the thin edge below the big undercling at the end of the overhanging face. Move up to better holds


Crash pad recommended because the top out can be tricky to figure out at first where the best holds are.

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By Dan Katz
Sep 15, 2016

Good idea to have a spotter or two on this one - As mentioned, the most likely fall is from the topout; my first attempt ended with a backwards fall that would've been straight onto my back, had it not been for good spotting!

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