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It's Dangerous business stepping out your front door 

It's Dangerous business stepping out your front door 

Hueco: V3 Font: 6A PG13

Type:  Boulder, 10'
Consensus:  Hueco: V3 Font: 6A [details]
FA: Kel Gangi
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Kel Gangi on Jul 16, 2012

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BETA PHOTO: This is a rock


Start at undercling and obvious first handhold. Work your way up and to the left to topout. Walk down other side of boulder.


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Pads, be careful of large rock to your left. You dont think you wil hit it until you fall because of flakey feet.

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By Kel Gangi
From: Georgetown, TX
Jul 16, 2012

I've been climbing here for a while and really loved this boulder.It may just be because I was the one who found it and got the first ascent (took me a while) but I really do think this is a great climb. The feet can be flakey at times but they will typically hold your weight. Anyway, have fun with it and dont leave your trash around or tear anything up, theres a trash can literally twenty feet away. Let me know if you check it out!
By Alexander J
From: round rock
Nov 24, 2014

THis is a great boulder problem. i had lot of fun climbing it. the undercling is not very underclingy anymore and was not climbed in a long time. very dirty, it took about 45min for me to compelte. i had to start with my left on first hold and my right on the undercling. note- 4th hold on left or the first move is very unstable i belive the hold will break in the next cuple years. so be carefull.. have fun. AWESOME JOB KEL GENGI. thank you
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