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Ethnic Cleansing 

Hueco: V6-7 Font: 7A+

   
Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V6-7 Font: 7A+ [details]
FA: Luke Parady?
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Submitted By: Tristan Perry on Mar 11, 2008
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Working Ethnic Cleansing. Not sure if this is the ...

Description 

Make a long reach to a small hold on a severely overhanging arete. Then work up as high as possible and rock up onto the slab to finish on the slab. Very fun.


Location 

On the trail from Round Pond to Boulder Natural, just past Comrad and right next to the trail.


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By BDalhaus
Administrator
From: Manchester, NH
Mar 12, 2008

Does anyone know anything about a sit start to this problem?

By Christian Prellwitz
From: Telluride, CO
Sep 12, 2013

So, are you more or less rocking onto the slab when you have the high right crimp in your right hand? Or are you moving even higher and trying to get to the jugs/edges up and right?

By BDalhaus
Administrator
From: Manchester, NH
Sep 13, 2013

You'll just want to get your feet on the start holds whenever you can and then start working your way up the slab. I found a right palm on the arete worked better for me than the crimp. Be careful you don't smash your shins.

By Alec Woolley
From: Barrington, NH
Mar 26, 2014

I really enjoyed the movement for gaining the slab. For me it was a press from hanging underneath to full extension with the high right hand. Haven't experienced a move like that in the park before.