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Murder for Midgets 

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

   
Type:  Boulder, 15'
Consensus:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
FA: John Knoernschild ?
New Route: Yes
Page Views: 260
Submitted By: John W. Knoernschild on Apr 8, 2012

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Description 

Start on the far right side of the boulder on big holds (obvious start holds). Throw up your heal and move left, topping out on the left arete. Pumpy.

Location 

Located directly below Brinton's Buttress. Move down through the talus until you come upon a large overhanging boulder with a huge roof fist crack (this is the project). Look right and you'll see the Midget boulder.

Protection 

Good landing. A few pads.


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John K
John K
Vinny on the start holds of Murder for Midgets
Vinny on the start holds of Murder for Midgets
John K moving through the end moves.
John K moving through the end moves.
Vinny moving getting into the crux
Vinny moving getting into the crux
This is how we were starting the V2 variation. Tons of fun!
This is how we were starting the V2 variation. Ton...

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By John W. Knoernschild
From: Wisconsin
Apr 8, 2012

This is really a fun line. Lots of good movement. We originally started it in the middle and is now a great V2 variation (I'll post a pic of the start), but it felt natural to move the climb right and start there.