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Rest Energy 

Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

   
Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
FA: Lee Soares/ Mike Galoob
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Submitted By: Dana Seaton on Sep 11, 2009

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Description 

Stand start on two edges, go straight up to hard reach for the top. Mike Galoob added a hard sit start V9. And a traverse is possible to come in from the left but wants to top out earlier than the actual start.

Per Joe M.: unfortunately, this boulder is not climbable anymore. The property owner erected a chain link fence around this boulder right in the landing zone.

Location 

This is on the EMC Boulder. Go past the target. Look on the left for boulders in the woods. Park in a business park on left, walk back into the woods. It is probably ok to climb, parking is more iffy.

Protection 

None.


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By Joe M.
Administrator
Sep 14, 2009

Unfortunately, this boulder is not climbable anymore. The property owner erected a chain link fence around this boulder right in the landing zone.
By Tim McGivern
From: Medford, ma
Aug 25, 2017

These are the sorts of issues SNECC wants to resolve. Looking for a contingent of Milford boulderers to get involved. Let me know if you're interested.
By Joe M.
Administrator
Aug 28, 2017

This was always sketchy as you parked in an industrial building's parking lot and slinked into the woods. A car dealer (I think) bought the property and put up a fence that is within 1 or 2 feet of the boulder.
By Tim McGivern
From: Medford, ma
Aug 29, 2017

Do local climbers want to have access again?
By Joe M.
Administrator
Aug 30, 2017

You are welcome to try, as it is a fun boulder, but it is now owned by a Toyota dealership that erected the fence. I would be surprised if they would be willing to move the fence and allow climbing.
By Tim McGivern
From: Medford, ma
Aug 31, 2017

You won't know unless you ask! I'm too busy saving boulders I climb on. If locals like this block, I can help them make an attempt.

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