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Hueco: V3 Font: 6A

Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V3 Font: 6A [details]
FA: unknown
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Submitted By: Jay Knower on Dec 19, 2006

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I never get sick of this route!

Part of This area is on Private Property MORE INFO >>>


On the road-side of the Moat Boulder lies a steep, well-featured face. Firestarter climbs up the right side of this wall. Start sitting with good holds and make a big move up left to a flake and another big move to the lip.

This problem is one of those that just flows well...the kind that you find yourself doing everytime you are in the area.



Photos of Firestarter Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: by Seth Hamel by Seth Hamel
Rock Climbing Photo: Me on firestarter. Probably my favorite 3 at Rumne...
Me on firestarter. Probably my favorite 3 at Rumne...
Rock Climbing Photo: The start of Firestarter. Pic by Seth Hamel
The start of Firestarter. Pic by Seth Hamel
Rock Climbing Photo: Kayte climbing Firestarter.
Kayte climbing Firestarter.
Rock Climbing Photo: Hitting the top out jug.
Hitting the top out jug.
Rock Climbing Photo: Very fun route
Very fun route
Rock Climbing Photo: charlie topping out on the onsight.
charlie topping out on the onsight.
Rock Climbing Photo: Crux.

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By matthewWallace
From: plymouth, nh
Dec 1, 2008

There are also intermediate holds to avoid the huge move. GASTON!!!
By Carlos from Philly
Apr 9, 2010

Even better: Start with your hands crossed, bump through (still a cross) to the first crimp then get a solid foot and big static reach past the sloping crimp rail to the second one. The move requires a pretty stiff lockoff (right arm) on a less than pleasant crimp, but this beta makes it a MUCH more enjoyable sequence.
By Christian Prellwitz
From: Telluride, CO
Jun 20, 2012
rating: V3 6A

really great movement...
By Derek Jf
From: Onset, MA
Jul 7, 2014
rating: V3 6A

worth it to climb this every time you walk by- moves are great and top outs low enough you don't need a pad just a good spot
By Emerson Takahashi
Oct 18, 2015
rating: V3- 6A

Sidepull right above the starting holds flexes quite a bit... Use with discretion

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