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Looks Like We're One Horse Shy Partner 

Hueco: V5 Font: 6C

   
Type:  Boulder, 15'
Consensus:  Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]
FA: (Lihn Gyuen or John Bachar?), circa 1990
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Submitted By: Euan Cameron on Nov 25, 2007

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Hitting the small but good 2-finger pocket

Description 

Sit start at two good pockets down low below the South Prow.

Make several encouraging moves on good pockets just right of the prow. When the pockets run out make a long reach up left to a very small two finger pocket (or mono - finger size dependent), and then crank hard to a good jug up right.

Finish easily on good holds. Take care to pull on the solid holds near the top.

Location 

Right side of the South Prow.

Protection 

Pads


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South Prow of The Devil Boulder Topo
BETA PHOTO: South Prow of The Devil Boulder Topo
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East Face of The Devil Boulder Topo
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Making the long reach to the mono on Looks Like We...
Making the long reach to the mono on Looks Like We...
Sticking the crux move on Looks Like We're One Hor...
Sticking the crux move on Looks Like We're One Hor...
workin the moves
workin the moves
Starting Looks Like We're One Horse Shy Partner - ...
Starting Looks Like We're One Horse Shy Partner - ...
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By Tommy Klinefelter
Nov 8, 2008

The FA was either Lihn Gyuen or John Bachar, circa. 1990. Most other problems in this area were originally done by Bachar around the same time or earlier.
By ebanich
Dec 30, 2014

It looked like a lot of fun but I would encourage everyone to be cautious when pulling on the 2 finger pocket. I have relatively big hands and I could only fit a ring and a pinky in there, and it looked like the same type of move that demolished my ring tendon back in the day. Also everyone who visits do yourself a favor by taking a walk through the caverns, even tho there is little to no climbing there. It is a great place to explore.
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