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The Slabtastic Voyage 

Hueco: V4+ Font: 6B+

   
Type:  Boulder, 13'
Consensus:  Hueco: V4+ Font: 6B+ [details]
FA: Ben Kim/Brian Haas
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: brianhaas on Sep 27, 2012

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Description 

This was, in our opinion, not only the best problem at pinnacles pullout, but also one of the best in the moderate grade in the Arietta region.
Start with your right hand on a small edge on the right side of the arete. Left foot in a pocket near the ground. And left hand slapped on the corner side of the arete. Head straight up the arete without traversing right to better holds, or left into the corner.

Location 

This is the perfect arete that is to the right of the corner. It is really quite easy to see. It is at the warm up boulders right in the middle of the mini-crag.

Protection 

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By brianhaas
Sep 27, 2012

If someone else climbed this prior (which is quite possible) send a pm, we'll make sure to change the info.
By Justin Sanford
From: Broadalbin, New York
Jan 31, 2013

having trouble figuring out what problem you are referring to. Do you have a picture of the problem?
By Justin Sanford
From: Broadalbin, New York
Aug 7, 2013

Brian- added the sit start to this problem over the weekend. Right hand low on the right side of the arete in the sidepull/pocket, left hand squeezing the arete. Climbs straight up to the sloping finish at the top. Difficult to grade as the sit start is very tricky, maybe V6/7ish. I will make sure to include this problem in the upcoming Adirondack Bouldering guidebook! Nice find.