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Doug's Roof is a great place to warm up. There are a few good harder problems (The High Traverse (V4) and Gill's Double Clutch (V4)), but the two best reasons to drop by are shelter from the rain and its dozen or so easy to moderate problems.
Four minutes north on the Undercliff Road, look for the big roof that abuts the road on the left-hand side.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Doug's Roof:
Unnamed DA 1 V0- 4- Boulder, 15'
The Crack V0 4 Boulder, 12'
Unnamed DA 3 V0 4 Boulder, 12'
Mental Block unknown V0 4 PG13 Boulder, 30'
Unnamed DA 2 V0 4 Boulder, 10'
Unnamed DA 4 V0 4 Boulder, 15'
Blasting Hole Problem Left V1 5 Boulder, 12'
Larsen's Leap V1 5 Boulder, 12'
Middle Traverse V1 5 Boulder, 25'
Blasting Hole Problem Right V2 5+ Boulder, 12'
Left Bulge V2 5+ Boulder, 20'
Gill's Double Clutch V4 6b Boulder, 12'
Featured Route For Doug's Roof
Mental Block unknown V0 4 PG13 NY : The Gunks : ... : Doug's Roof
This is a fun way to get lots of easy mileage. Start at the bottom right side of the South face and angle up left until you can top out on the curving crack. The ground follows you up as you move left, so you are never too high off the deck. And if you can make it past the crux move, the top out will be easy (5.4). You could also go straight up the right side, but that would be better as a top rope (5.11 ish)... The crux is moving left behind the tree to gain a tiny left angling ramp. The ...[more] Browse More Classics in NY
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