Collection of routes 5.9-5.14 This cliff is almost never climbed on by humans, although if you stop by some mutants might be pulling on one of the super-hard lines. The cliff has an easier approach than it's lesser climbed bretheren. Therefore, I suggest stopping by this cliff on one of these super-busy Rumney Saturdays. The moderates here have some very interesting moves: from horizontal dynos, to some (not fun) groveling above. even some exciting stemming through small overlaps.
Cliff below Triple Corners and above Blackjack Boulders
I'll try not to go off too much but lets just say i REALLY like this route. It's amazingly entertaining and varried. By far my favorite route I've developed. Ok I'll stop now and tell you about the climb.It's now the farthest right route at the crag. Stick clip the first bolt and start by climbing up and hand traversing a ledge from left to right. Get a little rest on a knee-bar and/or a jug, clip a bolt above and continue to the right. A section of interesting technical climbing with cool holds...[more]Browse More Classics in NH