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Rafe's Chasm  


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Elevation: 30'
Location: 42.5768, -70.7024 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: Old Timer, Kristine Hoffman (sitewide)
Submitted By: Chris McNeil on May 13, 2012
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Description 

This is a good spot to head to on really hot days. A good sea breeze and full sun all day can be found here. There are several good boulders and a long, deep, wide split in the rock which can be top roped.

Getting There 

Heading east on 127 from Manchester, take a right towards Magnolia on Raymond St. Follow straight through the center of town. A little ways down the road is a parking area for about 6 cars just after a red wooden fense. Follow a trail through the woods to a nice overlook. To the south are a couple small walls and nice boulders. Rafe's Chasm can be seen from the overlook.

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Weather station 7.2 miles from here

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By Tim McGivern
Aug 16, 2014
Are the boulders across the road already logged somewhere? If not, they should go in here. I took some photos today. Just a need a place to put them.
By Tim McGivern
Aug 17, 2014
The place I was referring to is called Hesperus. I'll add it.