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Hueco: V4+ Font: 6B+

Type:  Boulder, 12'
Consensus:  Hueco: V4+ Font: 6B+ [details]
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Submitted By: Aeon Aki on Apr 15, 2010

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BETA PHOTO: Jones'n V4

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Sit start on the obvious right facing rail and move up and left and move up and left on slopey crimps and sidepulls. Powerful and stout at V4.


A crashpad or two and a spotter.

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Photo Credit Kathryn Hecht.
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By Scott Grover
Dec 21, 2011

Keep an eye out for the mantle, kinda sketchy
By Nick Zmyewski
From: Newark, Delaware
Feb 24, 2012

Haha, Scott I tried this and I fell from the top trying to top out. Its definitely a sketchy finish.
By John Wilder
From: Las Vegas, NV
Feb 25, 2012

This thing claimed my friends ankle during the topout part- very sketch. A good spotter and pads are mandatory, imho.
By Andy Liu
From: Eastern Sierra
Jan 5, 2013

By RAZORsharp
From: Carlsbad CA
Feb 4, 2013
rating: V4+ 6B+

I felt the topout was straightforward..interesting!
By LVicious
From: La Jolla, California
Jan 2, 2014
rating: V5 6C

This is a hard "V4" - I honest think it feels more like V5 movement as compared to other V5s I have worked on. I love this problem! I love how techy it is. I actually start it a little differently with a heel hook out left and a toe on the right. It took me some work to get it because it's very betta intensive but I will not forget all the movement on it. It's so fun. If you use the highest side pull pinch for your left and a slopey hold on right and high step to the hold just an inch or so below the left sidepull pinch then you can rock up over your left hip and the top out is super secure. :)
By MN norske
From: Henderson
Dec 25, 2014
rating: V4 6B PG13

Stage III sprain after trying to top out one week ago. Went back today and sent. This top out is sketch. Be careful. There is a reason why a bunch of people have comments on here about racking there ankles. Cheers.
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