BETA PHOTO: the lines at the bakery...
A small collection of routes on a little cliff band that is plagued by wetness most of the year. There are many reasons not to climb here, wet rock, moss, lichen, loose rocks, short routes, no anchors etc. There is only one reason to climb here, Sport Moves 5.11a, its not classic but fun none the less.
The strangest thing about The Bakery is that the well bolted routes here don't have 2 bolt anchors. As of now there is a fixed biner on the last bolt of each route and i just used those biners to clean them.
In the old guide book mentions that The Bakery may be on private land so if you choose to climb here keep a low profile.
To the right of the parking lot wall. From the far right corner of the big parking lot(facing as you just pulled in to the lot) hike up the hill to the cliff band and walk right till you see bolts. There you are.
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: The Bakery
The best route at this quirky micro crag. The first line you get to when you hike in. It follows the prominent arete feature but involves mostly face climbing to the right of the arete.Steep moves off the ground won't feel as hard if you hit it just right. There are however a few enticing sucker holds. At the half way point you hit a cruxy steep move to gain the crimpy but less difficult upper face.The top is covered in lichen so i didn't bother topping out....[more] Browse More Classics in NH
From: plymouth, nh
Nov 19, 2009
Im pretty sure this land is on the property of the guy who own the Compost Cafe, his name is Josh he is a really low key guy who I dont think would have a problem with climbers on his property as long as they are respectful.
Nov 19, 2009
I was told a number of years ago that the consensus amongst those who have invested the most time and effort in developing Rumney, by one of said investors; that with all the other climbs it simply wasn't appropriate to intrude upon a neighbor's privacy. You may want to consider removing The Bakery from the site. Either that or touch base with a few key "investors" who still are in the area regarding their thoughts.
|By lee hansche|
From: goffstown, nh
Nov 19, 2009
ill see what the new guide says about the access and comply :) thanks for the input... or if everyone agrees i can remove it...