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Static Crack 

Hueco: V1-2 Font: 5

Type:  Boulder, 12'
Consensus:  Hueco: V2- Font: 5+ [details]
FA: Aaron Parlier
New Route: Yes
Season: Not Winter
Page Views: 337
Submitted By: Aaron James Parlier on Sep 6, 2009

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Start to the right of "Blue Jet". the start is low, matched at a sharp, deep, long crimp rail at the base of the vertical face below the crack system, and above the overhanging portion of the boulder.

feet wherever you can find them (or just campus from the jug crimp rail up to the crack jug).

Toss up and right to anywhere positive along the crack.
Follow the good crack all the way right and then trend left with a good toss, ending up at the only clean top out above you. top out.
Grabbing the old pine tree is acceptable style since we would have to cut up all the beautiful old-growth moss for a silly top out move. Just use the tree.


This line is on the first (short) side of Olympus. Directly to the right of "Blue Jet." This line starts low, with a right hand on a sharp flake jug and a left hand in a juggish slot below the crack. this line trends right along the diagonal crack through jugs and then left again, topping out above the start.. just follow the crack to the only clear place to top out..



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