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Hueco: V9 Font: 7C

Type:  Boulder, 9'
Consensus:  Hueco: V9 Font: 7C [details]
FA: Dev Ranjan
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Submitted By: Aaron James Parlier on Jan 12, 2011

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Aaron Parlier sending Albatross (v9)


Find the Diamond Boulder and use the slopey hand in the low, far underside of the overhanging boulder to match start upon. Use the small boulder for feet. Pull on and make tough lock off moves to establish on the slopey center pinch. once established, blast to the slopey lip and bear down with your pinch strength to hold the swing. top out with the easy jug edged top.


Located on the Diamond Bopulder which is found in the Cereal Buttress Area (Above the Politition Area). The Diamond Boulder can be quite tricky to find and is off by itself from the trail. Expect to do a bit of serching to locate it, but once you do it is unmistakable. referance Chris Dorritys guide book and you will have no issues.


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Rock Climbing Photo: Aaron Parlier Sending Albatross (v9)
Aaron Parlier Sending Albatross (v9)
Rock Climbing Photo: Aaron Parlier sending Albatross (v9)
Aaron Parlier sending Albatross (v9)

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By molony
Jan 14, 2011

FA- Dev Ranjan
By Aaron James Parlier
From: Boone, NC / Grayson, VA
Jan 22, 2011

Thanks, added it.
By David Barbour
From: Denver
Nov 29, 2012

This video shows Albatross being climbed without using the detached block as a foot:

Anyone know for sure whether or not it's on?
By Drexel
Jan 5, 2013

I would also like to know about the foot, the match move feels super difficult without using the lower block.
By David Barbour
From: Denver
Feb 3, 2013

It's off

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