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Hueco: V0-1 Font: 4+

Type:  Boulder, 12'
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Submitted By: matthewWallace on May 31, 2010

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This route might be a little contrived but it is fun.

On the face that faces the road sit start in a crack about 10 feet right of the chalked jug that marks the beginning of Barn Door (V2). From here make a tough move up to jugs, get you hands and feet situated and make a long move to a good crimp with your right hand. Get settled on the crimp and make a long left hand move to a crimp at the top of Barn Door (V2), then top out as for that problem.

No real defined crux, the sit start will be easier if your short but the following moves will be easier if you are tall.


On the Barn Door Boulder, this route is on the face that faces the road. Start ten feet right of Barn Door (V2) and almost directly under the tree that grows out of the rock.


Pad and spotter.

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By matthewWallace
From: Sandwich, NH
Nov 15, 2011

Alternatively instead of going left into the top out of Barn Door (V2) climb straight up. About the same grade and equally as fun.

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