Royal River Bouldering Rock Climbing
There are quite a few sizeable boulders around the Royal River in Yarmouth. Many bouldering areas are on public property/city parks. The rock is old, well featured and dense. Hardly chossy and very green. Bring a hard brush and maybe even some pruning shears!
Take 295 to exit 16 for Yarmouth/Cumberland. Take Route 1 to Main St. Take Main St. to Andy's Corner store and then take a right onto Elm St. Take Elm to the Royal River Park. Park here! There are also numerous parks along the Royal River, but this is a good starting point.
Climbing Season For the All Locations area.
Weather station 7.0 miles from here
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Featured Route For Royal River Bouldering
Little Wing V3- 6A ME
: Royal River Bouldering
: Park St. Public Way
This problem is long, very funy, hossy, involves a heel hook or two, and is located on the Spoonman boulder. Start at right side of the lowest part of the boulder on the little, flat shelf where a coffe mug would rest perfectly. Climb left out and under the small roof to a huge flat ledge and then begin the crux sequence. top out on the obvious block....[more] Browse More Classics in ME
Aug 17, 2010
Do you mean Exit 15 off of 295. There is no exit 16, the next one after 15 is 17.
By Adam Intinarelli
Aug 26, 2011
Yes, they changed the exit number. Did you climb the problem? What did you think?