Barn Door Boulder Rock Climbing
Red Line - A Cheval V0- Yellow Line - Pine tree Cr...
The west most boulder at The Pound. This is also the largest boulder at The Pound. This boulder is visible from the road, the road side face has a chalked hold in the middle of the face, also on the tall face that faces the rest of The Pound has a crack that is the route Pine Tree Crack (VO).
The down climb is either down the easy route Hemlock Crack (V0-) or a shimmy down the tree by Whales Tale (V3).
EDIT--The routes have been listed counter-clockwise on this boulder, starting at Hemlock Crack on the far left of the road-facing side.
Park and walk into The Pound this is the west most boulder.
Weather station 7.8 miles from here
28 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',7],['2 Stars',16],['1 Star',5],['Bomb',0]
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Randy Moss V5-6 6C+ NH
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This is a recently cleaned ('08) route the uphill side of the barn door boulder. I'm sure it has been done years back but this is a great new one to try. This thing is a slopers paradise. Updated description from Matthew Wallace since holds changed - Sit start with the two crimps and move up to the next good crimp with your left, from there traverse out right using the slopers and the gaston crimp to reach a big positive sloper 2/3's up the arete. Now here is the crux, get your feet situated and...[more] Browse More Classics in NH
BETA PHOTO: The Barn Door Boulder is one large, nice piece of ...
By Morgan Patterson
Apr 22, 2013
What's the name of the 1 move wonder on the left side of the overhang that goes at V10? You pull on, throw to a pocket out right and then up move up to the lip. . .
From: plymouth, nh
Apr 22, 2013
If it is the one I think you are referring to it is called Ginseng for Genius. Listed as a V8 in the Kemple guide, it starts on a decent chip for the left and and a sloper crimp for your right, and tosses up to the quartz hold, then top out? The problem has a rock at the start which makes getting to the sit start a little weird?
If this is the route you are talking about, the stand start (from the quartz pocket) and moving to the lip is listed as Pound for Pound. Which is also the wrong name, Pound for Pound is actually the seams to the right and throwing to the quarts jugs by the lip. The stand start of Ginseng for Genius should be changed to Daily Dose and Pound for Pound's description should be changed to reflect the proper route info.