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Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

Type:  Boulder, 10'
Consensus:  Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]
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Submitted By: Tyler Logan on Mar 13, 2008

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Setting up for the crux pull to the lip


On the east side of the boulder is this short- but-sweet (and steep) problem. Really a one or two move wonder, it's primarily worth adding to your Rubidoux circuit because it's not a slab problem. Give your feet and ankles a break from those dime edges and smears and pretend, for a moment at least, that you are at Hueco.


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"The Mug"--photo by Chris Miller
"The Mug"--photo by Chris Miller
Starting moves of "The Mug." Photo by Ch...
Starting moves of "The Mug." Photo by Ch...
Harrison Boulder North Topo
BETA PHOTO: Harrison Boulder North Topo
Razor crimps... Jackie Trejo.
Razor crimps... Jackie Trejo.

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By C Miller
Mar 15, 2008

Rated B1+ in the SoCal Bouldering Guide (Fry), which would be a bit harder than V4 - perhaps it's a hold specific problem or something?
By Tyler Logan
From: Mammoth Lakes, CA
Mar 16, 2008

Done the most obvious (and least contrived) way, it feels like about V4. For the super-human, maybe it's possible to resist the temptation to deadpoint to the lip out right and continue following the face up and left, although there don't seem to be any holds. Maybe something broke.
By Euan Cameron
From: Redlands and Mammoth Lakes
Jan 17, 2011
rating: V5 6C

I went straight up the wall with static cranks on the small edges and it felt solid V5. Great problem, pity it is so short.
By David Pak
Aug 18, 2012

how far of the trail is this? im having a hard time finding this boulder. im always on a tight schedule so i dont have much time to exsplore the area. than you
By Euan Cameron
From: Redlands and Mammoth Lakes
Aug 18, 2012
rating: V5 6C

the boulder is perhaps 200ft down the slope from the trail.
By Nick Tunnicliffe
Aug 12, 2013
rating: V5 6C

If v4 it is sandbagged for sure. I would say v5. Oh and the holds are sharp so bring fresh skin and go for the flash
By PrrdyLady
From: Riverside, CA
Feb 3, 2014
rating: V5 6C

Calling it V5... Those crimps are tiny and razor sharp.
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