Crack In The Woods
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Most people say that NH lacks good crack climbing- this is the exception. A fine hand crack in an overhanging corner. Nice rock.
Cross the river and go STRAIGHT in (veering R will take you to Rainbow) 20 minutes after the crossing.Pretty obvious crack.
Cams to 3", a fixed rap/lower is in place.
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|By David Aguasca!|
From: New York
Apr 13, 2009
rating: 5.10c 6b 20 VII E2 5b
Alternate approach, recommended for the spring (don't try crossing the river...it's an easy way to go for a swim): Park at the Albany Covered Bridge Parking. On the north end of the bridge is the beginning of the Nanamocomuck Ski Trail. Take that for approximately 20-30 minutes west, until you see trees on the right, marked with orange paint (don't know who did this.) Follow the markers up until you hit a shallow drainage, and follow this uphill until you hit the cliff band. The Crack in the Woods should be pretty obvious.
From: Las Vegas NV
May 25, 2010
Just be very wary of killer, attack beavers on the approach!
Of course this is pretty much a joke as there could be no such beast in the woods of N.H, right?
I wish Jimmy Dunn would step in with a recount of his story.
May 25, 2010
Beaver ..I remember the night well .. About 2am Jimmy banging on my chalet door shouting bring the Jack Russells there is a beaver that just bit me in the backside! I thought yeah right and went back to sleep.. It did happen Jimmy sleeping in a drive way a few chalets down from mine when a beaver came and bit his arse . The Fish and Game department came and captured the Beaver for testing...I think just in case Jimmy had given the beaver rabies.
|By john strand|
From: southern colo
Jun 8, 2010
Classic guys !!!! We can only follow this with the "Bears of Humphreys" and the famous "Tumbling Porcupine" of Whitehorse.