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Location: Rhode Island : Arcadia Management Area
By: Brian When: Nov 22, 2015

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Comments: There is a fairly large (by RI standards) cliff in the woods north west of Breakheart Pond. I would think that boulderers would find it interesting. The crux is finding it. It is much easier to find in the winter than when leaves are on the trees. If you want directions message me.


Rock Climbing Photo: Breakheart cliff
Breakheart cliff



Location: Rhode Island : Rocky Point
By: Brian When: Nov 16, 2015

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Comments: If you are going to top out you will want a rope in many places. It is 25 feet tall in some spots with rocks below.


Location: CT : Eastern Coastal Slope : The Grey Matter Area
By: Brian When: Nov 15, 2015

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Comments: This is a duplicate entry for the Gray Matter Route. I believe that this has always been considered part of the Feather Ledges.

mountainproject.com/v/9-wall-f...


Location: Photo
By: Brian When: Oct 13, 2015

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Comments: I've done a bit quite a few years ago. We attempted a north face route on the Eiger but it was in the summer and too warm. Waterfalls were running everywhere blocking our route. We made the summit via the Mittellegi route. There is so much rock there you can spend your life in Switzerland and never have to climb the same route.


Location: Europe : Switzerland : Eiger : Ostegg Hut to Mittellegi Hu... (5.9) : Photo
By: Brian When: Oct 1, 2015

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Comments: It is amazing on how much the glacier has shrunk. I was there ten years ago in July and it was much bigger.


Location: NH : WM: Kinsman Notch
By: Brian When: Aug 28, 2015

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Comments: To access the northern cliffs on the east side of the road park at the Appalachian Trail trailhead parking lot. Walk across the road and look for a faint trail. From here you can see the cliffs. Skirt along the bottom of the cliff looking for bolts and climbs. Have fun.

Rock Climbing Photo: Kinsman View from RT 112
Kinsman View from RT 112



Location: NH : WM: Kinsman Notch
By: Brian When: Aug 28, 2015

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Comments: To access the southern most cliffs at Kinsman park on Lost River Road (RT 112)on the east side by an phone/electrical box. The electrical box is on the right side of RT 112 about 4.2 miles from the traffic light in North Woodstock. Go in the woods directly behind the box and you should find a cairn to the left. Follow the trail with surveyors tape on the trees to the lower cliff not seen in the picture. When you can see the lower cliff you will be on what looks like an old logging trail that go... more >>


Location: CT
By: Brian When: Aug 25, 2015

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Comments: I think including a map help would help? I have to agree with Mike that most people don't know what/where a coastal slope is. I found this map via a search for Connecticut coastal slope.

Rock Climbing Photo: CT Areas
CT Areas



Location: Rhode Island : Arcadia Management Area : Mt. Tom : Main Wall
By: Brian When: Aug 24, 2015

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Comments: Are you taking about this overhang (orange variation)? Photo: climbri.org/mttom.htm This has been done before. Just about every conceivable variation of every conceivable route has been done. This area was climbed a lot back in the 80s.


Location: NY : The Gunks : The Trapps : i. High E : High Exposure (5.6) : Photo
By: Brian When: Aug 11, 2015

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Comments: Nice perspective.


Location: NH : WM: Crawford Notch : Stairs Mountain
By: Brian When: Aug 8, 2015

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Comments: Both power drills and (new) fixed protection are prohibited in Wilderness Areas.

climbri.org/WMNFClimbingManage...


Location: NH : *Rumney : The Meadows : No Money Down (Left) : No Money Down (5.10c)
By: Brian When: Aug 3, 2015

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Comments: I just did this again after a long while. "...your ability to jam"...we must do this entirely differently because I don't jam anything, just grab steep jugs and side pulls.


Location: NY : The Gunks : The Trapps : e. The Mac Wall (Something ... : Something Interesting (5.7+)
By: Brian When: Jul 25, 2015

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Comments: I just did this route again after many years. Like many Gunks routes the rating should be according to height. The Gunks is full of horizontals and if you can reach the next horizontal jug it may feel like 5.7 but it you can't it may feel like 5.10.

So this is an approximation of the rating based on height, according to me, your mileage may vary.
6.2 ft 5.7
5.10 ft 5.8
5.6 ft 5.9
5.2 ft 5.10


Location: OR : Central Oregon : Smith Rock : (m) Smith Rock Group : (2) Llama Wall
By: Brian When: Jul 22, 2015

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Comments: Thanks. That's the route. It didn't feel that hard but after all the crimpy climbs I did it might have just felt easier.


Location: MA : Farley Ledge : Photo
By: Brian When: Jul 21, 2015

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Comments: Yeah even the WMCC identifies the climb by name. The group guarding the secret. It seems a bit hypocritical.

flickr.com/photos/wmccpics/set...


Location: MA : Farley Ledge : Photo
By: Brian When: Jul 19, 2015

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Comments: Yeah, climbing at Farley has been a real "eye opener." :-)


Location: MA : Farley Ledge : Photo
By: Brian When: Jul 14, 2015

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Comments: LOL...posting the photo and the grade of the route is okay, but posting the name might make it easier to find? Or people won't climb it if they don't know the route's name? Illogical.


Location: NY : The Gunks : The Trapps : h. The Arrow Wall - CCK : Cascading Crystal Kaleidosc... (5.8 PG13) : Photo
By: Brian When: Jun 13, 2015

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Comments: There are a million shots from this vantage point and this is one of the best I've seen. Makes me want to climb it at sunset.


Location: Europe : Spain : Photo
By: Brian When: Jun 12, 2015

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Comments: No Picos de Europa?


Location: CT : Central Valley : Rattlesnake Mountain : Rattlesnake Cliff : Photo
By: Brian When: May 28, 2015

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Comments: It looks like a juvenile rat snake. Google juvenile rat snake and click "Images."
There are lots of full grown (black) rat snakes at Rattlesnake.
Rock Climbing Photo: Rat Snake
Rat Snake



Location: OR : Central Oregon : Smith Rock : (k) The Dihedrals : Rodney's Chocolate Frosted ... (5.8)
By: Brian When: May 13, 2015

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Comments: You don't need two ropes to get down. One 60m and two raps.


Location: OR : Central Oregon : Smith Rock : (m) Smith Rock Group : (2) Llama Wall
By: Brian When: May 13, 2015

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Comments: There is a new route on the far right side of the cliff. Tan bolt hangers on the easy side. Anyone know what it is named and rated?


Location: Rhode Island : Comment : Photo
By: Brian When: Apr 28, 2015

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Comments: Or they build a house right on top of one of the few decent cliffs in RI (Diamond Hill).


Location: NH : * Ice and Mixed Climbing : Mt. Willard (Ice) : Photo
By: Brian When: Mar 9, 2015

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Comments: Great shot.


Location: Rhode Island : Wolf Hill Quarry
By: Brian When: Feb 25, 2015

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Comments: An ice climbing area only. No worthwhile rock climbing. Very loose with danger of falling rocks.


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