A quiet town that acts as a satellite suburb for UNH in Durham, Newmarket's woods contain many small to middling boulders.
For Coffee go to Crack Skulls For Beer go to the Riverworks For Eggs Benny go to The Big Bean Cafe
History Lesson -
The Lamprey is the only major river in New Hampshire that is contained entirely within state borders. The Swamscott Indians, a tribe of Algonquian-speaking Pennacooks of the north, settled here to fish and farm. Over the centuries, these falls provided power, bringing prosperity to the Newmarket shipping trade. The name of the river comes not from the lamprey eel but from John Lamprey, an early settler. Before Newmarket was incorporated as a town in 1737, the area was known as Lampreyville
108 from 4 from 95. About 20 minutes off the interestate.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Newmarket:
Start with a high right heel or toe and a left foot scum. Left hand on a sloper side pull, right on a good crimp. Make either a big move out left and then switch up the feet, bump up the arete, or make a bigger/harder move to the top (not as fun). ...[more]Browse More Classics in NH