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Hueco: V8 Font: 7B

Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+ [details]
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Submitted By: andy patterson on Aug 15, 2010

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A sit-start to Slope a Dope. Make a series of thrutchy moves to sloping crimps and don't fall off the slopers at the top. The bottom right handhold has been glued. Seems pretty tough.


I guess I'm assuming you have the guide. Find Slope a Dope and you've found the problem.


None. You hardly need a pad.

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Rock Climbing Photo: Starting moves to 911. Powerful, totally fun.
Starting moves to 911. Powerful, totally fun.
Rock Climbing Photo: Keep it together for the slopey topout.
BETA PHOTO: Keep it together for the slopey topout.
Rock Climbing Photo: '911'

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By Carmel
Oct 27, 2013

Pulled decent chunk of thin right side-pull off last month. Might be a tad sharper now. Still goes, still rad.
By Bob Banks
Jul 13, 2014

It's funny how this one seems to have become a pretty popular problem, as I never really gave it that much thought.

This obvious sit-start to Slope-a-Dope was first done by a Swiss crankenfrank named Mike Tscharner who stayed with us for a while. He named it 911 because that was the address of the house that we lived in after we got booted from The Castle. He'd heard some crazy stories about our lifestyle back then (from other mutual Swiss friends), and I distinctly remember when he called to get directions after arriving in the USA I told him our address was 911 and he spurted out, "You're joking?".

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