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Hueco: V10- Font: 7C+

Type:  Boulder, 16'
Consensus:  Hueco: V10- Font: 7C+ [details]
FA: Dan Beall
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: dbeall on May 30, 2011

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One of the best boulder problems at Woodson (in my opinion obviously). Start sitting at the arete just right of jaws with a very low right hand edge and a left hand sloper near the bottom of the jaws crack. Crux is probably mental, as the high jump move is committing, though physically the line is sustained. A high/jump start exists with a right hand on the obvious edge and jumping to the left hand finger bucket. Somewhere in the V7-9 range, grading is not my forte.


3 feet right of Jaws.


Pads I guess. Landing's pretty bad. Either carpet the place or plan on not falling up high.

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By atp
From: Clairemont Mesa, CA
Dec 13, 2011

I found a video of dan beall doing this problem on his vimeo page if someone wanted some beta. (it wouldn't upload on MP)
By Adam Stackhouse
Dec 13, 2011

By Josh R.B.
From: Coronado, CA
Mar 22, 2013

has this problem seen a second ascent that anyone knows about it??
By Josh R.B.
From: Coronado, CA
Dec 25, 2013

By GregH
From: San Diego, CA
Jun 1, 2015

nope, and its almost certainly not V10 either, probably more like 11 or 12

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