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Coopers Gap
Routes Sorted
L to R R to L Alpha
Arching ArÍte 
Black Streak Reach 
Drop Knee 
Fast Eddie T,S 
Gnomon 
Gnomon Direct 
Gnomon Sit 
God's Kool-Aid 
Graduation Hangover 
Keebler Elf T 
Low Traverse 
Melanoma Sunset 
Middle Boulder Warm-ups 
Mountain Top Traverse 
Mud Butt T 
Mudsicle 
Mystery Machine, The 
Mystery of the Blue Box 
Name? 
Name? Left 
Ol' Long Johnson 
Ol' Long Johnson: Extended and Uncut 
Orange ArÍte 
Orbit City Traverse 
Pig in a Can 
Pixie and Dixie 
Rainbow Butterfly 
Return of the Cookie Monster 
Sleazy Crack 
Spacely Space Sprockets 
Tall V2 
Upper Boulder Warm-up 
V2 Roof Crack 
Water Ear Smear 
Will of Steele 
Unsorted Routes:
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Orbit City Traverse 

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

   
Type:  Boulder, 25'
Consensus:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
FA: Astro Jetson
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Submitted By: Frailer on Mar 5, 2013

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Description 

Start is the same as Tall V2. From start, go right to the left slanting ledge start of Spacely Space Sprockets. Continue right along slopers of The Mystery Machine. Figure out how to move right using a gaston (where a vertical pocket used to be) or finger ledge and continue right along crimps and small jugs to the start of Arching ArÍte. Finish up the arÍte or come off. Basically stay below the red line in the photos. Using holds above it makes this considerably easier. Everything else is on.

Location 

Main boulder at lower boulders

Protection 

a pad or two


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