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Areas = 15
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Location: NH : *Cathedral Ledge : Thin Air Face : Thinner (5.8 R)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Apr 17, 2016

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Comments: This is a route not to pass up, and not to take lightly. We did this route this weekend after climbing Wavelength on Whitehorse and somehow I forgot about the "R" rating for Thinner. I found myself a little too far left for the marginal gear placement and did not see it anyway.

The upper moves, where the gear runs out is fresh on your mind, seemed more like 5.9 but maybe I missed the beta? This is a stout route to get your trad head back for the season!


Location: NH : *Pawtuckaway : Ridgeline : Smiley Face (V2-3)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Apr 2, 2016

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Comments: Jake, the start feet as i remember are a right foot (small nub/smear) and left out in a spot that makes your balance off center when you first pull onto the wall. decent hands and a big move (somewhat height dependent) up and slightly left to the bomber rail. I thought it felt like v3+ but maybe the broken hold has contributed to difficulty.


Location: NH : *Pawtuckaway : Boulder Natural : The Streambed Boulders : Seinfeld (V2+)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Nov 29, 2015

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Comments: I was out here the other day and did this one, it looks like the second hold (before the top out) busted off. It still climbs pretty fun either way, especially if you just dyno up to the top out.


Location: NH : *Pawtuckaway : Boulder Natural : The Zoo : An Unexpected Journey (V0-1)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Nov 22, 2015

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Comments: Yes so I fixed the description, I hope it clarifies the problem. I feel this line is distinct enough and a great warm up also for the area.


Location: NH : *Pawtuckaway : Boulder Natural : The Swamp Boulders : Poseidon (V4-)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Nov 22, 2015

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Comments: An absolutely awesome climb with suberb movement! The start is a little tricky setting yourself low and avoiding the rock at the base, but it works.


Location: NH : *Pawtuckaway : North Marsh Boulders (aka S... : Photo
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Nov 1, 2015

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Comments: I used a right hand gaston and left hand pinch I think the other photo shows my start postion. -A pretty high left foot. I did not look at a sequence below that but I would believe something is doable there....


Location: NH : *Pawtuckaway : North Marsh Boulders (aka S...
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Oct 28, 2015

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Comments: I agree Christian, a non metal wire brush and rope up. I did not even look at the smaller boulders, the large one closer to the marsh is my preference.

I also wanted to add, it seems there are a lot of problems in the park that are not on MP, I do not have Bryce's guide book and that is a little unfortunate that I find amazing problems and cannot find out what it is. (off the top of my head, the problem 5'-10' to the right of Provia {crimp face} and a few lines at this location....


Location: NH : *Pawtuckaway : North Marsh Boulders (aka S...
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Oct 28, 2015

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Comments: Just recently did I look for and climb on this boulder, the quality was superb and reminded me of the Yosemite boulder. What a pleasure and without chalk everywhere!

I also feel that there is room for climbing development still here. Just bring a long brush...


Location: NH : *Pawtuckaway : Boulder Natural : The Streambed Boulders : Provia (V6)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Oct 19, 2015

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Comments: Can anyone tell me what the boulder problem is to the right (approx 5 ft) of Provia? I do not see it on this site and it seems worthy. Its kind of crimpy the crux is low and its very fun...thanks!


Location: NH : *Rumney : Armed and Dangerous Area (M... : Flying Squirrel (5.11a)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Aug 11, 2015

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Comments: Climbed this route as well as Panama Hat (Mister Meaner) this wknd. Super cool!!


Location: NH : *Cannon Cliff : 4. Moby Grape Area : Moby Grape (5.8) : Photo
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Jul 8, 2015

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Comments: Hey Lee, theres a few small differences between the route outline you give here and the other, are there simply options or is one possibly slightly more defined?

-Thanks!


Location: NH : *Cathedral Ledge : Thin Air Face : Turner's Flake (5.8)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Jun 15, 2015

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Comments: I finally got around to climbing this route today, it has classic written on it from beginning to end! I didnt place anything larger than one #2 C4 (mostly because I didnt expect to climb this today).

I could see a need for larger but if you reach in deep and find the money placement you can get away with not taking all the extra weight of a #3 or #4 C4.


Location: NH : *Cathedral Ledge : Thin Air Face : Thinner (5.8 R)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: May 8, 2015

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Comments: Is this route directly to the left of Windfall? I believe I climbed Windfall last season but cannot recall what was to the left.... Great description Lee!


Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : El Capitan : The Nose (5.9 C2)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Feb 5, 2015

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Comments: This may seem a little redundant from SteveZ and Tito's comments but I would like a little clarifying on the grade for The Nose. Is the free climbing 5.9 or a lot harder (5.12-5.13) I am able to climb trad up to about 5.11 and have The Nose on my bucket list now, providing the difficulty is within reach.

Thanks


Location: NH : *Cathedral Ledge : Lower Left Wall / Ventilato... : Ego Trip (5.11c)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Sep 1, 2014

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Comments: The upper section of the second pitch has moss-like growth on some of the holds and I presume has some dirt that is hard to manage;running down in areas. A nice broad brush would do wonders to anyone looking for a clean send with clean holds!

But for me this was the hardest slab I've ever tried, and can't wait to get back and give it another serious go top down to really work out the crux moves.


Location: NH : *Rumney : The Asylum : Pile-o-mania (5.10d)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Nov 22, 2013

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Comments: I climbed this fantastic route at the end of a long day this November! Super fun all the way, the top rules and its one of the gems for sure in the upper crag areas....Once you pull around the traverse (sweet heel hook) lots of lichen!



Location: NH : *Pawtuckaway : Blair Woods : Hero Block : Fallen Hero (V2-3)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Apr 9, 2013

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Comments: This was my first time to Blair Woods, and This was the best problem I got on, Ball Doctor looks cool also (same piece of stone, around the corner) Stay true to the arete...so much better!


Location: NH : *Rumney : Yellowknife Buttress : Alaskan Arches (5.11d)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Apr 4, 2013

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Comments: Such a unique, fun route!


Location: NH : *Rumney : Yellowknife Buttress : Bridge to Nowhere (5.9) : Photo
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Apr 4, 2013

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Comments: Awesome shot Jeff, I cant wait to get up here this weekend!! Never Stop Exploring....


Location: NH : *Rumney : Jimmy Cliff : Hammond Organ (5.10d)
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Nov 28, 2012

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Comments: I sent this route first go this past summer and was super impressed with the moves, but i went right up the bulge (after the mantle) and it seemed 5.11 for sure.... Skip the flake out left, and avoided the awkward seeming out right, then left sequence. Love this cliff jimmy!


Location: NH : *Pawtuckaway : Yellow Dog Wall
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Aug 17, 2012

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Comments: Thats awesome Gary was my guidance counselor also from 92-96. Maybe Ive mistaken I thought Gary said he bolted the routes with friends of his.

-Cheers


Location: NH : *Pawtuckaway : Yellow Dog Wall
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Aug 16, 2012

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Comments: Does anyone know if this is the area that Gary Hunter helped establish... Gary is a grey haired gentlemen who introduced Joe Kinder to climbing back in the 90's (if that helps anyone)


Location: NH : *Rumney : Armed and Dangerous Area (M... : Armed and Dangerous, and Of... (5.10b) : Photo
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Jul 11, 2012

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Comments: I am probably going to get on this route this coming weekend, I cant wait! Looks sweet


Location: CO : Alpine Rock : RMNP - Rock : RMNP Bouldering Areas : Chaos Canyon Bouldering
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Mar 10, 2012

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Comments: Can someone tell me what time of year the snow begins to melt, April or May perhaps? How has thins year been with snow and cold?

-thanks


Location: NH : *Pawtuckaway : Area 51 : Photo
By: Jason Scott Heacock When: Feb 26, 2012

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Comments: Hey man, do you have a map like this for Blair Woods also?


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