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1st Problem 
5.7 Finger crack T 
A Bachelor No More S,TR 
A Couple Good Moves 
A Few Good Moves 
Another fun crack 
another warm up 
Big Day At Pink House 
Brain, The 
Burn Victim 
Corner, The 
Easy Squeezy 
El Chorizo 
el diente  
Fire hose 
Foot Loose 
Girl in the Curl V1 T 
Grumpy Man (aka old man) 
Grumpy Man Reverse 
Her Scar 
Holy Crack! 
Kat, The 
Left mini arete 
Lost and Losing 
Mohawk Kid 
Nice Warm Up 
no shoots just ladders  
Not So Tight Squeeze  
Off Camber 
Pip-Boy 3000 
Pipe Around 
Pipe Down 
Pizza Face 
Reverse Traverse 
Seam to Seam 
Shin Splints 
Shocker , The 
short off width 
slabby face S,TR 
Slim Jim S,TR 
Switch Hitter 
Thin Slab  
Un-named 5.9 Slab 
unknown slab S,TR 
unnamed  S 
unnamed B1 
warm up crack 
Washed Out 
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Shin Splints 

Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

Type:  Boulder, 10'
Consensus:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
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Submitted By: Abner on Dec 15, 2012

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BETA PHOTO: Start on the bottom left, under the sloping ledge....


Start at the bottom left of the boulder on a left side pull and a right crimp. Move up to the ledge to the right and then to a pebble. Bring the left foot up to the sloping ledge and then make your way to the to the top using the sloping side of the boulder.


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By Ronnie St. Jean
From: Orange County, CA
Dec 23, 2012

ya my buddy mike harper did that one last year, fun line, and he my self and others are projecting the harder climb slightly to the right. to be honest i think almost all of these boulders have been climbed, there isn't one that my friends and i haven't at least attempted. and i'm sure they have been climbed before us so i just put FKA (first known ascent) if i think it might have been one. There are a few boulders that are hidden in bushes that might be first ascents. sorry to get any hopes up but don't worry FA's are to be had, i guess i should post more to avoid confusion.
By Abner
Dec 27, 2012

Thanks for the info. Just wanted to start adding the climbs that aren't on the page. I figured they've been climbed especially one so closed to the trail.
By Ronnie St. Jean
From: Orange County, CA
Jan 22, 2013

you should check out the boulders below "Grumpy Man" those look untouched and i've seen them from the other ridge line and they look good.
By Julia Chelnokov
Sep 18, 2013
rating: V2 5+

The small side pulls where pretty integral for a smaller person.
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