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Aug 8, 2014
Mark NH wrote:
Where in southern NH are you referring to Travis? I'm sure others in the local climbing community would like to know. I've not been to some of the "southern NH crags" since early in the season - so this info might help others know what they're getting into if headed out to climb. Thanks.

I'd like to know too....
From East Brookfield MA
Joined Jul 16, 2012
105 points
Aug 9, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Lost in the Sun pitch 2
The Dump is where i am referring to. The Hang and Zach Attack have both been chopped. They left the anchors there. 5th of November is still bolted but i bet it will be gone soon seeing the other got chopped. This area is a listed in the old guide as no bolts or pins allowed. Travis Dustin
From Hollis, NH
Joined Jan 8, 2012
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Aug 9, 2014
Being from England I don't really know the full history of Crazy Ken maybe someone should break a few of his fingers on a regular basis so he wouldn't be able to chop bolts. As for ragged mountain if someone would allow it I will go and put the stakes in myself even dig holes and pour concrete for some of them, whatever and while I was at it I might as well throw in a few trees. I'm not joking I like climbing at Ragged and I think it would do the place good as for replacing some of the old fixed gear? Well I wouldn't want to go THERE! Nic the brit
Joined May 7, 2012
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Aug 10, 2014
If only common sense was the norm in ct nic the Brit, if only... T Roper
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