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Maiden, The 

The Maiden 

Hueco: V0 Font: 4

Type:  Boulder, 35'
Consensus:  Hueco: V0 Font: 4 [details]
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Submitted By: LeeAB on Feb 4, 2011

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Reaching for holds over the "low" roof

  • East Mountain is accessed by Guided Tour Only
  • Some areas require a guide.

  • Description 

    Amazing rock and features combined with a low crux make this a must do highball. In many areas this would be a 3-5 bolt sport climb.

    Move up the short wall to the roof and reach over. use a heal to turn the lip, this in itself is getting to be kind of high. Now cruise up the 25 foot tall gorgeous wall of big huecos.


    This is the obvious tall wall that stands guard over the lower end of the Maiden Gully, you can see the problem from the Dark Heart, Dragons Den and just about anywhere in Comanche Canyon. Starts in a flat spot near a tree.


    Pad and spotter for the bottom and a camera for the victory romp to the top.

    Photos of The Maiden Slideshow Add Photo
    Rock Climbing Photo: Using an entirely unnecessary no-hands kneebar to ...
    Using an entirely unnecessary no-hands kneebar to ...
    Rock Climbing Photo: Cruising up The Maiden.
    Cruising up The Maiden.
    Rock Climbing Photo: Cruxin'
    Rock Climbing Photo: Maysa cruising through huecos
    Maysa cruising through huecos
    Rock Climbing Photo: C-Ho on the Maiden.
    C-Ho on the Maiden.
    Rock Climbing Photo: Turning the lip
    Turning the lip

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