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Routes in Barn Door Boulder

A Cheval V0- 4-
Ahab Calling V3+ 6A+
Bad Ladder V3- 6A
Barn Door V2 5+
Barn Door Direct Direct V5 6C
Barn Ladder, The V3 6A
Captain Condor V5 6C
Crimp Ladder V3-4 6A+
Dog Tracks V0 4
Easy Rollin' V3 6A
Flyboy V6- 7A
Gatsby V0 4
Ginseng for Genius V9-10 7C+
Hemlock Crack V0 4
Horse Shoe Squares V1 5
Lazy Man's Dyno V1+ 5
Ledge Line V0 4
Lost in Translation V4+ 6B+
Minty Floss V6- 7A
Oracle, The V7 7A+
Pine Tree Crack V0 4
Pound for Pound V3 6A
Randy Moss V5-6 6C+
Savak V0-1 4+
Slabmaster V0+ 4+
Slippery Corner V0 4
Starboy V8 7B
Underdog V4+ 6B+
Whale Calling Condor V5 6C
Whale's Tail, The V4+ 6B+
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Type: Boulder, 18 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: matthewWallace on Dec 19, 2008
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey.LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Description [Edit]

This shares the start hold 'Barndoor' and splits left from he start and climbing into Bad Ladder.

Stand start on the chalked jug in the middle of the face, this chalked block is four feet off the ground, climb up and left to join Bad Ladder at the jug. To make the Jug from it the block you will test your core strength and finger strength. there are a couple ways to do this problem, it takes a little bit to find the one that feels V3.

Location [Edit]

On the road side face of the Barn Door Boulder, starts on the obvious chalked block, and moves into the visible jug on Bad Ladder.

Protection [Edit]

Pad and spotter.


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Sandwich, NH
matthewWallace   Sandwich, NH
A better name for this would be 'Barn Door Indirect" or 'The Barn Ladder'. Anyone have an objection to me changing the name to something that represents the climb a bit better? Jun 30, 2015
Eli   GMC3500
Cool problem Matt! Sep 4, 2015
Jay Knower
Campton, NH
Jay Knower   Campton, NH  
I changed the name to The Barn Ladder. Seems like a better fit. Sep 15, 2015
Jake Perry
Concord, NH
Jake Perry   Concord, NH
It would be super helpful to see some pictures for these routes. I'll try to take some next time I'm out there and post them up so someone can edit them to show start holds and line of travel. I thought I was doing Barn Door Direct Direct.

I ended up crossing RH to a slopey crimp up high, got a higher left foot stood up and caught the jug LH. I didn't use the sharp crimp on the arete that Bad Ladder uses (the second/lh start of bad ladder). Sep 18, 2016

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