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Vanishing Point Boulder
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Vanishing Point 

Vanishing Point 

Hueco: V9 Font: 7C

   
Type:  Boulder, 16'
Consensus:  Hueco: V9 Font: 7C [details]
FA: Wills Young
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Submitted By: nds on Jun 26, 2012
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Description 

Sit start and climb the seam left about 8' then up to the glassy slopers.


Location 

Starts in the middle of the slightly overhanging face just left of the tree


Protection 

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By Ray Davalos
From: Encinitas, CA
Nov 22, 2012

come on nate, No photo?! whats that iphone for anyway??

By RTM
Nov 26, 2012

Back around 2000, Wills Young told us about this excellent "seam" that he put up above the ranger station, but for the longest time, none of us could find the thing. Then one day my buddy E.Z Eric Harrison told me about this awesome project that he discovered the weekend prior. He was sooo psyched on the thing, he said that he was having dreams about it. So the next weekend we all went up there. He sent it that day and was so happy, he was in tears and hugging everybody. He christened it Lucid Dreams. Well, a few weeks later we found out that it was Wills's fabled "seam" problem called Vanishing Point. Eric was crushed. For a while after that (a really, really bad joke)everyone was calling it Vanishing Dreams. Anyhow, I got the third "known" ascent that day after Eric's send - whoot!

By Benjamin Chapman
From: Small Town, USA
Dec 8, 2012

Really sorry, Eric, about your shock to learn that your obsession had been previously FA'd by Wills Young, but that joke....Vanishing Dreams vs Vanishing Point is TOO funny. Both are great names though.