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Leaning Crack V4 - Bathroom/Main Area 

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

   
Type:  Boulder, 18'
Consensus:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
FA: Mike McEwen
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Submitted By: Jared LaVacque on Mar 20, 2009

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Description 

Classic diagonal crack traverse

Location 

The classic right-leaning crack(V4, because of a broken hold) and sit-start dihedral(V/3-) are just past the bathrooms and right about 25 yards(there are also some slabs and other faces there

Protection 

Pad

Description 

Classic diagonal crack traverse

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Location 

The classic left-leaning crack(V2/3) and sit-start dihedral(V/3) are just past the bathrooms and right about 25 yards(there are also some slabs and other faces there

Protection 

Pad


Photos of Leaning Crack V4 - Bathroom/Main Area Slideshow Add Photo
The start of the Leaning Crack.
The start of the Leaning Crack.
The middle section of the Leaning Crack.
The middle section of the Leaning Crack.
Just past the broken hold on the crack.
Just past the broken hold on the crack.
The middle of the Leaning Crack.
The middle of the Leaning Crack.
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By Paul Davidson
Aug 20, 2009

FYI - FA of this goes to Mike McEwen.

I once watched him fire it off with a pair of Onitsuka Tiger tennis shoes on his feet. That shoe actually bouldered pretty well, as did Mike!