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Hueco: V10 Font: 7C+

Type:  Boulder, 12'
Consensus:  Hueco: V10 Font: 7C+ [details]
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Submitted By: Ladd on Apr 30, 2007

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Start high on two crimps above head height (they are bad!!) Deadpoint all points off to jug up and left. It looks possible, but it isn't.

For a V5 boulderer I have decent crimp strenght. I can support my body weight on these crimps and pull up with feet on, but man i can't imagine what kind of training it would take for me to feel confident dyno-ing off these crimps.


Left of Ride the Lightning, right of Terrorist.


Pad and spotter strong enough to catch you, so you can commit.

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By BDalhaus
From: Manchester, NH
Mar 6, 2008

There is also a variation that heads up and right. Pull on to the two crimps, cross left hand up to a decent sidepull, then follow the holds straight up.
By Mike Thompson
From: Manchester NH
Mar 6, 2008

whats the rating on the variation?
By BDalhaus
From: Manchester, NH
Mar 7, 2008

The variation is also supposed to be about V10
By Jeremiah Johnson
From: Hershey PA
Mar 7, 2008

The variation is also good (maybe better in my opinion) from a jump start - grab the better of the two crimps with your right hand and jump to the pinch. Not v10 if you jump though.
By Morgan Patterson
Jul 11, 2013

My old nemesis...

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