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Ice Pond

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Ice Pond  

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Submitted By: Morgan Patterson on Dec 9, 2011
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Ice Pond is a area found by John K located just off Route 84 in Brewster Hill, NY.

Getting There 

Located in Ice Pond Park, off Ice Pond Rd.

Climbing Season

For the All Locations area.

Weather station 2.3 miles from here

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Moby Dick V6 7A  NY : Ice Pond
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By boulderbum
From: NY
Jan 24, 2012
i thought i sent that mono problem on the ice cube boulder, its called lets be friends.

then i found out about the sit-start :\
By Morgan Patterson
Mar 29, 2012
thomas - go ahead and add stuff bud... it's an open site and I just quickly added them so the area was up and encourage others to add to it since it's such a large area with loads of problems. Unfortunately, I've not been in recent years as I've been developing other new areas for climbing in CT. And yes, I know john's real name, I used his nick name on purpose thanks!
By Noah Doherty
From: Nashua, NH
Nov 11, 2012
can anybody add some more information? i cannot because I do not know the area.
By Will Cornell
Jul 24, 2015
anyone know what this problem is called?
cool problem
cool problem
By Will Cornell
Jul 24, 2015
This area is not very developed. its best to try to come here with someone who knows the area pretty well. the trails are not very well maintained, and the thick woods can be disorienting. Its also a little hard to find the area to park your car. there's chalk on all of the boulders though! so get out there and climb this stuff and lets all put some ticks down and get this area well documented. the gneiss rock quality is great and its so closeby -- it would be cool if we got all the names and grades down for this sector, so that this place would get a little bit more love and attention.
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