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Planet of the Apes 

Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

   
Type:  Boulder, 8'
Consensus:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
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Season: Winter/Spring/Summer
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Submitted By: Seth Derr on Jan 8, 2012

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Planet of the Apes, V2, Governor Stable

  • The circuit is closed until futher notice MORE INFO >>>
  • Governor Stable requires membership or a paid pass. The Circuit Area is currnetly closed to all climbing while access to the area is negotiated. Please respect the closed / no tresspassing signs posted near the pyramid. The rest of GS proper remains open to members and daypass holders. MORE INFO >>>

  • Description 

    Possibly the best V2 at GS. Start sitting with right hand on big jug and left in good slot. Climb up the arete and top out left or right, either way it's super cool.

    Location 

    Circuit area. Kinda hard to find. Get the guide book.

    Protection 

    a pad


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    By skinny legs and all
    From: Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
    Feb 3, 2013
    rating: V2 5+

    This is called the Circarete in my old comp guidebooks. Either way you finish it right or left, or whatever the name is, this is an enjoyable little climb. Pulling around the left is a bit sharp on the palms. The variations are called Circarete Right and Circarete Left.