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Dark Waters 

Hueco: V12-13 Font: 8B

Type: Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V13- Font: 8B [details]
FA: Daniel Woods
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Steve Woods on Sep 21, 2006
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Dark Waters begins under the roof on underclings then pulls the lip and traverses left to a final jump move over dark water.


The cave below the New River Wall hosts a number of new boulder problems that can be climbed when the river is low or frozen.


A couple pads will do.

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Luke Childers on the opening moves of the supper powerful "Dark Waters."
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By Joshua Dreher
From: Bremerton, WA
Jan 25, 2007

Does the stream ever get so high you can't get on this problem?

By Scott Hahn
Feb 10, 2007

Hey Josh you comin down to D-town any time soon? The boulder definitely gets water under it. Late spring through sometime in the summer there is water underneath the boulder.

By Joshua Dreher
From: Bremerton, WA
Feb 13, 2007

Ya, I think I might be coming down there the first week of March for spring break. Congrates on sending D.W.

By tcamillieri
From: Denver
Sep 23, 2009

The water doesn't entire recede until Mid-October. Essentially a late fall, winter bouldering area (unless you want to stack rocks for hours to make the landing). Stand start (on the large undercling at the lower lip goes at V10).

By Luke Childers
Sep 27, 2009
rating: V13 8B

I was trying the line today and all but the last big toss move was free of falling into the water. What a powerful line!! Really good man. I hope better temps will improve my performance on the line??

By tcamillieri
From: Denver
Dec 22, 2009

This problem has been chipped. The exit now has a large left hand crimp that makes the exit substantially easier. Sad. I wish people would leave established problems alone.

By tcamillieri
From: Denver
Mar 18, 2010

The chipped hold has been filled in.