The steepest part of the cliff band, and home of the sport routes in Sandwich Notch. Still bring a standard rack, there are just as many good trad lines here as well.
Keep following Sandwich Notch Rd. past Beede Falls until you cross and re-cross the brook on two small bridges. You'll know your there, as the famous "Pulpit Rock" is just off the road on the right. Park, walk back down the road, and look for a faint trail. Follow the trail across the brook, and it will lead you to the first climbs on the steepest wall in the notch.
Weather station 7.5 miles from here
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Featured Route For Highlander Wall
JAG 5.10b/c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b NH
: Sandwich Notch
: Highlander Wall
I find this route to be a hard on sight, mostly because i didn't (boo hoo), but partly because it's very sequency. Climb up a large flake on more than vertical rock past a couple bolts to a good hold. You can shake out a little before tackling the even steeper top half of the climb on some hard to find holds that doesn't let up until you clip the free-hanging chains. Short but pumpy. This climb can stay relatively dry in wet weather due to the steepness. ...[more] Browse More Classics in NH
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