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The Walrus 

Hueco: V8- Font: 7B

   
Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V8- Font: 7B [details]
FA: Ian CB or old school
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Rock Warrior Films on Sep 29, 2013

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The Walrus stars on the far left arete.

Description 

From a sit on the left side of the downhill face, with your left hand on an edge on the left side of the arete, and your right on a block pinch, trend right, staying low through edges. Gain a crack and wrap around the corner.. and keep wrapping until you hit the north arete and top out. Long and pumpy, and it would be tough or scary to top out earlier.


Location 

The downhill side of the Great Eye Boulder.


Protection 

Pads



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By Dobbe
Sep 29, 2013

Nice job Ian. I have been meaning to go back and try this line but never more then two pads and it looks scary!

By Rock Warrior Films
Sep 30, 2013

It is not so bad, with a spotter and a few pads this thing is totally doable and the moves are really fun. I could see alot of people really enjoying this one. This boulder is a short approach too...

By Rock Warrior Films
Oct 1, 2013

By Paul Campbell
From: Pewaukee, WI
Oct 1, 2013

Nice Ian looks like a fun line. Long too!

By Rock Warrior Films
Nov 11, 2013

With a 20 ft piece of cord you can pull the branch back. There is a nice pinch between two boulders to tie it off just downhill. I should have mentioned that.