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North of Corkscrew Boulder
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G-O-T-O, The 

The G-O-T-O 

Hueco: V5 Font: 6C

Type:  Boulder, 12'
Consensus:  Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]
Season: Fall, Winter, Spring (until the water gets too high), Summer (after the wat
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Submitted By: tobin sanson on Nov 24, 2009

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Pockets and crimps!


The G-O-T-O climbs up the middle of the triangular boulder north of the Corkscrew.


Multiple pads and a spotter. The landing is a bunch of logs and crap that has been washed up by the river.

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The line.
BETA PHOTO: The line.
This is what the landing looks like now.
BETA PHOTO: This is what the landing looks like now.

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By tobin sanson
From: Carbondale, CO
Nov 24, 2009

I believe this is a new problem. It is not in the book, and there was absolutely no sign that it had been climbed in the past. It is a deceptively difficult little problem. If anyone has information about this problem let me know.
By Evan Winn
Jul 15, 2010

The flooding this year has raised the landing about 12 inches, and it a perfect sandy beach now. No pad required, except to keep your shoes clean.

How about calling this boulder Land Shark, after the Lager of the same name due to the resemblance to the logo, although reversed.
By tobin sanson
From: Carbondale, CO
Jul 31, 2010

I demoted the problem to two stars post sandy beach. It now requires a painful sit start. Not as much fun and maybe a little harder.
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