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Illicit Sweetie Boulder
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Illicit Sweetie 
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X Offender 

X Offender 

Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

   
Type:  Boulder, 18'
Original:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
FA: Rob Mulligan
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: C Miller on Jan 13, 2010

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Description 

Start below the undercut slab and move up on marginal holds to get established on the low-angled slab which steepens at the top.

  • This problem isn't listed in the Joshua Tree Bouldering Guide (2003) but is an obvious line with some good moves that's worth a go when in the area.

Location 

North side of the boulder and just left of a catclaw.

Protection 

pad


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By RTM
Feb 10, 2010

Mulligan did this problem in around '05(?). Not sure if he gave it a name.
By PrrdyLady
Mar 21, 2016

Pretty sure this was called Mulligan slab in the book.
By Thrutch
From: Riverside, CA
Sep 20, 2016

Once again, Chris making up names for problems he didn't FA ;)
By C Miller
Administrator
Nov 12, 2016

"Mulligan Slab" is a made-up name as well, just like the other two "Mulligan Slabs" listed in the current guidebook; there are another 15 "Mulligan Problems" that are listed in the book and guess how they all got their current "names"?
By RTM
Nov 13, 2016

Chris, I apologize again for being a jerk about problem naming. Mulligan problems were named so because Mulligan did these first ascents, but he did not name them, or perhaps he did and I was not aware of the name. In accord with Socal tradition (Fry Problem, Hensel Face, Powell Slab), I referred to them as Mulligan problems.
By RTM
Nov 13, 2016

I should add that if anyone disputes the FA and name of a climb, I am certainly interested in ferreting out the correct information.
By C Miller
Administrator
Nov 15, 2016

Thanks Robert.