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Barn Door Direct Direct 

Hueco: V5 Font: 6C

Type:  Boulder, 18'
Original:  Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]
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Submitted By: matthewWallace on Jun 30, 2015

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Stand start on the commonly used jug. Use the crimp rail to your left and a small crimp to work your way into a hard to hit thumb-dercling. Now find the tiny right hand crimp, adjust your feet and make a long move into the mail slot up and left. Once you grab the slot finish up on jugs to the top of the boulder.

The meat of the climb finishes at about the 12 foot mark but you top out well over 20 feet of the deck.


On the face that faces the road. Start at the heavily chalked jug in the middle of the face. Finding the start is obvious, from here climb straight up.


Pads and spotter.

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By matthewWallace
From: Sandwich, NH
Jun 30, 2015

I highly recommend this climb. It is very different by Rumney's standards. I find most Rumney boulders are on the burly side, however this one is all about slow, controlled movement. It is a fun change of pace!
By Eli
From: Lives in a truck
Jul 22, 2015

Can't wait to hop on this!
By Jay Knower
From: Campton, NH
Sep 15, 2015
rating: V5 6C

One of the best lines at the Pound IMO.
By Jason Scott Heacock
From: Milford, NH
Jun 12, 2017

Climbed this line last weekend but did not use a thumb under-cling. Didn't even see where that would be? Every thing else in the description sounds right though. Takes balance, power and has interesting body position.

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