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Scattered around the base of the Devil's Den cliffband are a collection of boulders that vary in size from puny to house sized. For the most part, the bouldering was developed in the late 90's and, aside from the classics, hasn't seen much attention since. As a result, most of the easier and less popular climbs have been slowly reclaimed by the moss and lichen. The ice storm a few years ago dropped numerous trees as well, further keeping people away from the problems in the talus and away from the trail. Regardless, there are a handful of problems here that should be on everyone's must do list - that is, if you can climb V7 and keep a cool head up high.
Where Am I Going?
Follow the trail from Boulder Natural towards North Mountain which is well marked and easy to follow. In less than 5 minutes the first boulder (The Premiere) is visible on the left. The Walrus is up the hill behind it, although it is best reached from further up the trail. Continue on the trail to the Dust Boulder and more, all on the left below the cliff.
20 Total Routes
Browse More Classics in Devil's Den Bouldering
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Devil's Den Bouldering:
Tradster V0+ 4+ Boulder, 15'
Throng V5 6C Boulder, 8'
Universal Socket (aka The Pocket Problem) V6 7A Boulder, 18'
Individual Medley V6 7A Boulder, 18'
The Hug V6 7A Boulder, 10'
Up in Smoke V7 7A+ Boulder
Red V7 7A+ Boulder
The Big Ocean V7 7A+ Boulder
Leave It to Beaver V8 7B Boulder, 15'
Numb Thumb V8 7B Boulder
Featured Route For Devil's Den Bouldering
Universal Socket (aka The Pocket Problem) V6 7A NH : Pawtuckaway : Devil's Den Bouldering
Begin by traversing a horizontal crack system to gain a series of good, incut monos (or two-finger pockets). Yard up on these odd holds, taking care to use the right sequence. Make a long, committing move to the left arete on a rounded sloping hold. Then make another big move way off the deck to the positive holds at the top. There could be cosequences to a fall here. Mantle....[more] Browse More Classics in NH
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