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Bunyan Mountain  


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Description 

This is a great cliff that is virtually unknown to most MA climbers. The rock quality is great. There are long 100 foot routes. Access is the issue. You have a bit of a hike unless someone knows a better way in.

Getting There 

It is in Monson, MA. Take exit 8, the Palmer exit off Rte 90 to Rte 32 south. I've heard that there is access off Bunyan Road, but don't take this as fact. Ask permission to cross anyone's land. You may be able to go in the back way to the top of the cliff by going in the hospital grounds and parking where there is a gated dirt road and walk in that way.

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By JD1984
From: Worcester, MA
May 24, 2013
A local climber told me about this place several years ago, but I have never made it out there. Is access prohibited, or just difficult/long? Would love to check it out soon.
By Brian
From: North Kingstown, RI
May 25, 2013
I'm not sure of the access issues at this time. I've only gone in with Ken Nichols who has a key to the gate off Macomber Road. I haven't been there lately. I heard that you can walk in via Bunyan Road, but you have to cross someone's land, so you have to ask permission.
By Avalon
From: East Longmeadow MA
Jun 9, 2013
It's on private property and can not be accessed legally. This area should not have been posted on TMP.
By Brian
From: North Kingstown, RI
Jun 10, 2013
>>It's on private property and can not be accessed legally. This area should not have been posted on TMP.

I climbed there with permission of the landowner years ago. Did you ask? There is a pretty well-worn hiking trail across the top, so people obviously access the property. Your local crag?
By Avalon
From: East Longmeadow MA
Jun 20, 2013
PM me please. Jassad13@yahoo.com
By Brian
From: North Kingstown, RI
Jun 22, 2013
It has been reported to me that the access from Bunyan Road is not an option. The landowner has been leaving notes on the windshields of people parking there. It has also been reported to me that local climbers regularly park here at a small three car pullout at the trail head. So park at your own risk.