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Streetcar Named Desire 

Streetcar Named Desire 

Hueco: V6-7 Font: 7A+

   
Type:  Boulder, 13'
Consensus:  Hueco: V6-7 Font: 7A+ [details]
FA: John Bachar
Page Views: 6,831
Submitted By: RTM on Apr 6, 2003

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Street Car Named Desire

Description 

The obvious dihedral found several hundred feet East of Gunsmoke. Ascends a shallow dihedral of coarse Jtree monzogranite with increasingly difficult and technical stemming moves, up to a small roof cap that guards a juggy sloper above it. Some mantel to the left, some mantel to the right.

The run-n-jump is prolly V5

Protection 

A pad is nice, hard dirt.


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Nicole Grider
Nicole Grider
Nicole Grider
Nicole Grider
Lynn Bowering got this shot of me doing Streetcar ...
Lynn Bowering got this shot of me doing Streetcar ...
Streetcar Named Desire, so close and yet so far. J...
Streetcar Named Desire, so close and yet so far. J...
Duke about to send.
Duke about to send.
There's not nearly enough pics of this problem her...
There's not nearly enough pics of this problem her...
Nicole Grider
Nicole Grider
Kevin working Streetcar
Kevin working Streetcar

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By JJ Schlick
Administrator
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Nov 10, 2006

A true technical stemming test piece for many. Your brain may be working harder than your body until you hit the jug...
By Curt Shannon
Jun 8, 2007

Oh Boy, I've been spit off that thing more times than I care to remember.
By C Miller
Administrator
Jun 8, 2009

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