A fun little crag with a few fun sport routes and a great boulder problem.
Hike down the old Bouchard cabin road till an old logging road appears on your right. Follow this uphill passing some great looking boulders till you see the cliff on your left.
Weather station 2.0 miles from here
3 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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Featured Route For End of Days Crag
Tres Agujeros 5.12 7b+ 27 VIII+ 26 E6 6b NH
: Cathedral Ledge
: End of Days Crag
The route follows three bolts straight up the face to big horizontal and a ledge, then continues straight up and slightly left past some pockets and two more bolts to anchors. Start by clipping the first bolt off the small pedestal at the base (stick clip may be necessary) and do a boulder problem using sharp crimps and small feet to a good flake/finger lock. Make a move off of this to clip the second bolt, then do another boulder problem to a decent sloper up and right. Another move or two lead...[more] Browse More Classics in NH
Latest Regional Forum Messages
By chris magness
Apr 24, 2012
This little crag has one of the coolest boulder problems I've ever done! Look for a bombay undercling flake on the cliff's right side. Sit start, undercling, lie back, arm bar and knee bar for 15' and turn the right side of the flake past rattlely fists and lie backing for 10' to a horizontal break and dirty mantle.
The traverse is 3' off the ground! This can't be rated on the V-scale, it's more like 5.11+.
By chris magness
Jun 23, 2012
With the addition of Tres Agujeros, End of Days has become a great little sport crag.