Southwest facing cliff face and boulder field located just south of the quaint hamlet of Waterford. The cliff face rises above a talus slope and overlooks scenic Bear Pond. There is a pleasant mix of bouldering, sport, traditional and ice climbing here. The rock is similar to other nearby Western Maine crags.
From Portland take Route 95 to 302. Take 302 west towards North Conway. In Bridgton turn right onto Route 117. Take 117 to Route 37 (on the left). Follow 37 past the intersection of 35 to the shores of Bear Pond (on the left). Park at the boat ramp on the left. Either walk across the road from the boat launch and hike up the talus/boulder field or walk 200 yards up the road and look for a hiking trail on the right. Follow the hiking trail up to a feint cilmber's trail that runs over to the cliff.
Weather station 6.5 miles from here
3 Total Routes
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