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Blue Balls 

Hueco: V1 Font: 5

   
Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]
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Submitted By: Kyle Hanus on May 6, 2013

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Blue balls is the left line

Description 

Sit-start with with hands on the side pull and high feet. Cruise your staying on the face, another decent warm-up. Large jug on the left is off as well as the right arete.

Protection 

pads and spotter


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By Kyle Hanus
From: Milwaukee, WI
May 6, 2013

To find this boulder you can exit the hollow and continue past the slackjaw boulder. If you continue through the talus field you will eventually end up at the right area. An alternative and faster way is to take an early right from the trail leading to the hollow. Stay below the hill and continue along the talus until you come upon a boulder with a prominent slab face and a pine tree growing from the top. The slab face isn't shown in the picture but is obvious from the other side.
By EB
From: Winona
May 6, 2013

I remember do a couple problems from the back of the roof and climbing out around 2001 if this is the same boulder. It is steep for a good body length then a lip encounter and transfer to lower angle moves..Nice to see this area getting attention. I remember a couple other decent boulders as well.
By Kyle Hanus
From: Milwaukee, WI
May 7, 2013

Hey EB yea there are some cool boulders still to be cleaned here. I posted a picture of another problem on the backside of this boulder, was this what you climbed or did you move up onto the slab section?