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By Tim Waystrong
From: New Hampshire
Jun 21, 2014
|Both of these areas are very easy to find as long as you can follow directions. Get the Tim Kemple New England bouldering guide, and it has a map of the entire area. Keep an eye on the map and your surroundings and you will find your way there no problem. There are quite a few cairns out there showing the way. The "big stump" isn't very big anymore and is also hidden by a lot of overgrowth. There is a nice cairn at the fork in the trail. Take the left trail for Happy Valley and the right trail for The Hideaway.|
By Jose Molina
Sep 1, 2016
If you are reading this page, you might be interested to know that there is now a super complete and accurate guide app to these areas, right here: rakkup.com/guidebooks/montague....
The app also has the world's only guides to the Frost Giants and the Baby Zone. Both are in the same area as the HV and Hideaway, both have (really) good stuff, and neither have guides anywhere else on Earth. Truth. Plus we have super GPS maps to everywhere in the guide, so no getting lost in Montague ever again. Unless you like doing that, then go ahead and ignore our sweet map. Plus, all our beta is guaranteed to be super-mega accurate, unlike other sources that will remain anonymous and are rife with misinformation. If you don't believe me, check out our free sample through Rakkup. Seeing is believing.
It will only cost you $8 if you buy it through Rakkup. Full disclosure: I am a co-author. Super full disclosure: we are giving all of our author money to support the world's best co-op gym, The El Dojo in Northampton, MA. So I am not just grubbing for your money here. Our guide will take you to boulders, where you will then be happy.