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Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

   
Type:  Boulder, 8'
Consensus:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
FA: Josh Heiney
Season: Fall/Spring and Winter are good
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Submitted By: Luke Childers on May 22, 2009

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Description 

This is a SDS to "The Captain" that starts just to the left on poor underclings. Fire up into a two finger pocket with your left hand. Slap out right. Match and pull your way back onto the finishing moves of "The Captain."

It is a really fun variation to "The Captain."

Location 

This is located on the south side of Gilligan's Island, just up and north of the 1st most obvious block which houses the "Ship's Prow." It is on the same wall as "The Captain".

Protection 

Pads and a spot.


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By nadah
Apr 22, 2012

Is it still a V6 if you go up with your right hand first to the sloper?
By Daniel H----
Jan 27, 2013

It's much easier that way imo for sure. Don't contrive a problem just to make it match a grade, if that's how it flows for you that's how it flows (I do it this same way, out right fist, then to the pocket). All the grades in the area are ridiculously soft anyway, so don't climb for numbers, or you'll be hugely disappointed if you ever leave the Front Range.