|Type: ||Boulder, 15'|
|Consensus: || Hueco: V10 Font: 7C+ [details]|
|Season: ||Most of the year is good. If the winter temps don't bother you this can be|
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|Submitted By: ||Luke Childers on Sep 12, 2009|
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The start is the same as for the "Andrew boulder problem." Traverse out left on roof system featuring big holds and sweet heel hooks until you get to the last section of big holds before enter into the crux sequence of the "Andrew boulder problem."
Next, with your feet also out on the large roof section, rock over onto your right leg/foot and pull slightly back right and up for a pair of small under-clings in the back of the tiered roof above you.
Once you gain the under-clinging slopers and both your feet are now on the jug rail bellow you reach way out to small but good crimps on the lip of this huge roof. Next is what many consider the crux of the line (easier if you are taller). Once you have gain the lip holds let your feet cut loose without flying back out into the "Carriage Road." From here just one or two campus moves to better holds and final the top-out!!!
It's sick fun line that is often over looked on this boulder. It's a classic must do!!!!
Located on the Andrew boulder's EAST side right on the "Carriage Road."
Pads and Spoters. Two would be best. Spoters be careful not to get kicked in the face spoting the lip and top-out moves!!!!!!!!