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Right Arete Project 

Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+

Type:  Boulder, 12'
Consensus:  Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+ [details]
FA: Not Yet
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Submitted By: jim.dangle on Aug 8, 2013

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I cleaned the lower portion of this off while alone but was unwilling to go the distance without a spotter. This is a great little problem with a cool holds and a big jug waiting at the top. It still needs some good cleaning as the lichen is dry and tough right now.


This ascends the far right arete of wall containing Cloak and Dagger, etc. This is over near Splitter and the main Down Under area. Start on the face that contains Cloak and Dagger, and use the arete on your right.


The landing is clean but sloped, and there is a tree nearby.

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By jim.dangle
Nov 3, 2013

Pete and I had a go at this recently. Pete climbed the arete at V5 (Charging Rhino) using the pistol grip hold that is just on the right face. The still unclimbed project uses the arete and left face and is harder and very height dependent. If you are 6' 4", might be pretty straightforward.

Fun problem. If anyone does it, let me know.

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