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Unknown Slab 

Hueco: V2+ Font: 5+

Type:  Boulder, 1 pitch, 15'
Consensus:  Hueco: V2+ Font: 5+ [details]
FA: unknown
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Submitted By: Noider on Apr 30, 2012

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The route is between the two pines.


This is a good fun challenge. The crux is at the top as there is next to nothing to hold. What was good about this climb was that it took some time to figure out, and I really had to work my way to the top. The holds are few and quite small. I found this small wall just wandering around. There were no chalk marks anywhere, and it is mostly cover with dry moss.


This route is located about 150 to 200 feet to the left of Piano Boulder. The trail seems to end across some loose boulders. It's almost vertical, about 15-20 foot square, tall boulder. I have marked the route with chalk.


Pads and a spotter would be a good idea. A small slip could send you rolling down the hill.

Photos of Unknown Slab Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Close up.
Close up.
Rock Climbing Photo: Me on my FA.
Me on my FA.
Rock Climbing Photo: Top view.
Top view.
Rock Climbing Photo: Ridge view.
Ridge view.
Rock Climbing Photo: Not so close up.
Not so close up.
Rock Climbing Photo: Finally at the top.
Finally at the top.

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By Elijah Flenner
May 1, 2012

Has been climbed many times, and there are many different variations. Used to climb on that a bunch in the early 2000s. Don't know of any names.

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