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Nov 29, 2012
I am looking for a general guide book for New Hampshire. I was hoping someone could give me the best option. Thanks. T.C. A
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New Hampshire

Or this is great

Or this, of course

Seriously though, there's a shit ton of rock in NH for such a small state. Falcon publishes a guide for all of New England.

Aside from those four options, I believe your next step is to buy an area-specific guide.

Good luck.
Marc H
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If you want a comprehensive guide for New Hampshire you will have to buy individual guidebooks. Falcon's guide to New England is good but it is fairly outdated and only highlights a few routes at each location.

You best bet is The Proj and individual guidebooks.

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I wouldn't bother with the old Falcon guide at this point unless you can pick it up cheap. You are better off getting Handren's brand new 'North Conway Rock Climbs'
It covers a ton of crags and inspiring to look at.
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