After failed attempts in the rain by Jon Garlough, Jay Denver nabbed the FA in the rain on this technical slab climb! Climb technical slab past four bolts with a crux after the first and fourth bolts. Finish at rap anchors....[more]Browse More Classics in NH
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went to the den on tuesday and the gates are open and the road is passable.
By Jay Knower Administrator From: Plymouth, NH May 24, 2011
I've reorganized the New Durham pages, which included breaking Devil's Den into separate areas.
For the description of each of the cliffs, I've added "tba" (to be added). If you'd like to add a description for the cliffs, that would be great. Just post the description as a comment, and I'll integrate it into the page and reassign the page to you.
Hey, question for you! At the end of Copple Crown rd, there's a hiking trail that leads up a 'mountain', which has some top anchors.. I saw these before I got into climbing, and I don't live in the area, but I was wondering if this was the area you're talking about on this page?
The climbs on top of Copplecrown are not described anywhere. From my knowledge the anchors have been there for some time now and it is unclear who put them there and what has/hasn't been done. Some of the "chinos" crew has been out there and done some climbs. There is little to no history on the place and if you climb something it would be helpfull to the community to make a note of it on this site. Thanks