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Dihedral Problem 

Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

   
Type:  Boulder, 10'
Consensus:  Hueco: V2+ Font: 5+ [details]
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Submitted By: Bjorn on Sep 18, 2008
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BETA PHOTO: Toby at the Eggs.

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This is a very fun and delicate dihedral problem with some finger power and interesting footwork required. Start with fingers matched in a slot at about crotch height. A tiny, difficult-to-match lip provides starting feet. Work your way up the dihedral until you can reach the midway jug at the lip. You can either use the ledge to the left and top out that way, or eliminate the ledge altogether and top out up right with a series of sloping rails and a proper mantle move.

The up-and-right topout adds a + to the grade and makes for a much more interesting experience.


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Photos of Dihedral Problem Slideshow Add Photo
The mid-way jug. The fun moves up and right (i.e. not the easier left exit) make for a worthwhile eliminate.
The mid-way jug. The fun moves up and right (i.e. ...
Up and right.
Up and right.
Taking the easy way out.
Taking the easy way out.
Toby on V2 at the Eggs.
Toby on V2 at the Eggs.
Toby at the Eggs.
BETA PHOTO: Toby at the Eggs.
Toby, Dihedral Problem.
BETA PHOTO: Toby, Dihedral Problem.
Corey on V2 right exit.
Corey on V2 right exit.
Toby at the Eggs.
BETA PHOTO: Toby at the Eggs.
A good shot of the whole problem and a demonstration of the easy "exit left" beta.
A good shot of the whole problem and a demonstrati...
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By JoeValley
Sep 15, 2010

Is anyone doing this one starting seated to the left? There is a big jug to start off of. Then I go with my left hand into a good undercling and work my way right into the dihedral. I was there solo and thought this was the line, but it felt harder than V2.

By Daniel H----
Dec 1, 2012
rating: V3 6A

Super fun climb, liked the precision on the footwork. Felt harder than V2 to me, but I topped out right with a full on mantle.

By jbl418
Feb 24, 2014

Definitely harder than V2. Every bit of V3, IMHO.