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Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

   
Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
FA: JAY SHULTIS
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Submitted By: Aaron James Parlier on Apr 2, 2011

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Tremor!

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SO GOOD!!

find the low left facing corner at the base of the boulder to SDS in. Match the thin crimp seam and pull a difficult start up to better slots. make a long move off on incuts to the lip. match lip to top out left through huge jugs.

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By Jay Shultis
Administrator
From: Blacksburg VA
Apr 12, 2011
rating: V6 7A

FA is me, and I truly feel this is the best boulder problem I had ever put up and one of the best on the knob.
By Aaron James Parlier
Administrator
From: Boone, NC / Grayson, VA
Apr 13, 2011

Jay, I totally agree with you... this problem is sick! I was in a hole-in-the wall fire base in Afghanistan when I saw the vid of you doing this rig. I was super impressed by it and so stoked when I finally got to work it. This is certainly an FA you should be forever proud to have done.
This line was super tricky for me, and at the time one of the hardest lines I had ever done. I recommend it to everyone I talk to who is going to the knob.

Nice work Jay!
By Nick Brehm
From: Cincinnati, OH
Mar 31, 2013
rating: V6 7A

Did the direct version yesterday. Doesn't really add much difficulty once you figure it out. I matched above the crimp at the lip on two good slopers and moved up to a gaston dish with the right hand. Slap across to a flat sloper with the left and pop right to a good sloping dish just left of the jug on Decreased Sex Drive. Top out easily on good flat slopers above.
By Aaron James Parlier
Administrator
From: Boone, NC / Grayson, VA
Mar 31, 2013

Good stuff man, youíre crushing some stuff out there! Have you done Austins Seam yet? Its one of my favorites up there.
By Jay Shultis
Administrator
From: Blacksburg VA
Apr 2, 2013
rating: V6 7A

Yes, he did, and now there is very little left to do! Nick, go send some new stuff for us (like this!)!!

FYI, I added a Tremor Direct problem here on MP. Very worthy if you ask me. I have been thinking about it and it blows my mind that this is not pushing it a grade harder! I will have to go try sometime.
By Nick Brehm
From: Cincinnati, OH
Apr 3, 2013
rating: V6 7A

Yeah Aaron, Austin's Seam is great. Seemed super hard but came together quicker than I thought it would. There's word on the street that you did a version that goes straight up somewhere on the seam. Whats the word on that, what holds did you launch from? how hard do you think it is?

And Jay, on Tremor Direct, for me there isn't a move close to as hard as the start move or the move to the crimp at the lip on the direct finish. The moves are probably v3/4 after you match the lip, and the actual top out is super easy because you have great feet and good flat slopers. I'll put additional(crappy)photos up on the Direct page.
By Aaron James Parlier
Administrator
From: Boone, NC / Grayson, VA
Apr 3, 2013

Nick, yeah I did a "direct" version that went up at/before the arÍte with the use of a tiny crimp midway between the seam and the top somewhere. I donít remember if it was new or anything, probably not. This was like 3+ years ago but at the time it seemed like it may add a grade? Could still be v7 but the single move was pretty hard/harder than the rest. Go do it and let us know what you think. Nice work out there Nick, keep crushin! Come out to GHSP or Boone sometime!
By Jay Shultis
Administrator
From: Blacksburg VA
Apr 9, 2013
rating: V6 7A

On this theme, I was talking with T.Melin and he sent Tremor direct when he did it as well. He was like, "I never even saw the jug..."