|Consensus: || Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]|
|FA: ||Nick Brehm and Jay Shultis? 4/1/13|
|New Route: ||Yes|
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|Submitted By: ||Jay Shultis on Apr 2, 2013|
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This may have been climbed before, but we think it may be new because a HUGE tree was pushed over during the Derecho that would have blocked much of this problem. Either way, climbs better now without the tree!
On the Left side of the Lower Left slabby face, SDS 8' right of the arete on a good right hand jug/pocket located in a crack. Pull on and float up beautiful slopers and triangle shaped edges to some big slopers/pinch at the lip. Decipher the complicated mantle and climb the large (V0) friction slab above. Beautiful fine grain sandstone bulge problem. Go get on it!
Lower Left side of the boulder, slabby side, 8' right of arete. Look for a nice hand sized sloper at the lip, start below and slightly right on Jugs.
2 pads, one for ground, one for the brush pile behind you.
Nick mastering the slopers.