A northeast facing crag that sits upon a quaint pond. Shady for the most part during the winter.
Located on Rt.202 / Rt.9 in Barrington, NH. During the winter months park at the entrance of "Barrington Estates" along the road and take the trail head across from the trailer park. A five minute walk will bring you to the pond, whereby you may cross the ice if you dare or walk clockwise around the pond to the crag.
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On the very far right hand side of the crag somewhat separated from the Main Cliff Face is another small ice ramp. Instead of descending from the top of the main cliff off left, go right. Hike through the woods paralleling the pond, cross over a deep washout and head slightly uphill. It is about a 5 minute walk from the height-of-land. This slab is used by UNH and other groups for top roping with novice ice climbers. 20-30 ft tall and as wide. ...[more] Browse More Classics in NH