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Dan's Problem 

Hueco: V3 Font: 6A

   
Type:  Boulder, 12'
Consensus:  Hueco: V3 Font: 6A [details]
FA: Dan Luna
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Submitted By: Sean Denny on Apr 19, 2011
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Jason in the midst of the opening moves.

Description 

Start sitting with good holds. Make an easy move to a cool pocket hold, then make a tough move over the lip. Head up and left along the arete on some holds that defy logic (some that you swear will break are bulletproof, others that look solid break easily). Top out once you hit the apex of the arete.

Great movement on some of the coolest looking rock around.


Location 

Middle Area
Located on the right arete of the obvious overhanging square face seen from the approach trail.


Protection 

Pads and spotters. Falls off of this problem can be kinda weird, so pay attention and you'll be fine.



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By andy patterson
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From: Santa Barbara, CA
Oct 29, 2011
rating: V3 6A

This problem vaunts the kind of climbing that reminds me why I rock climb in the first place. Highly recommended.

By Joseph Stover
From: Batesville, AR
Jan 7, 2012

Starting in the toothy pocket and going right then up and slightly left on the face is a great moderate climb (maybe V1 or so?). Don't know if it's already listed here.

By Sean Denny
From: Portland
Jan 30, 2012

Nope, not listed, not named. Add it in if you so desire.

By Will Barnes
From: Edmonton, AB
Jan 15, 2013

Ya pretty sure Dan Luna got the FA way back when we first started exploring the area.

By Nick Sullens
From: Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Jan 16, 2013

Yeah, I second that

By Alan Zhan
From: Goleta, CA
Feb 23, 2014

The moves from the pocket to the sidepull jug are rad. Definitely do this one