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The Zoo is a fantastic area to warm up, cool down or j ust hang out in all day. Consisting of a large concentration of moderate boulder problems, making it a great place for beginners as well as the more advanced. The zoo also has some of the most classic problems in all of Pawtuckaway such as Hobbit Hole (V3), Bolt on Top (V1) and The Professor (V5) . Because of this it is a definite must stop for any visiting out of towners.
Follow the trail until you approach many boulders on the left and right. Once you cross the small stream go left and you will enter the zoo boulders right by Hobbit Hole. The Split Boulder is to your right.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for The Zoo:
Four Hole V0 4 Boulder, 10'
Good Rips V1 5 Boulder
Circumspect Ceiling V2 5+ Boulder, 10'
Edges V2 5+ Boulder
The Marathon V2+ 5+ Boulder, 20'
The Shire V3- 6a Boulder, 12'
Mistaken Identity V3 6a Boulder, 6'
Hobbit Hole V3 6a Boulder, 18'
Power and Grace V3 6a Boulder
John's Stand Up V4 6b Boulder, 15'
Hobbit Direct V4 6b Boulder
Zoo Traverse V4 6b Boulder, 30'
The Professor V5-6 6c+ Boulder, 8'
Sidewinder V7 7a+ Boulder, 15'
Gone in 60 Seconds V8 7b Boulder, 12'
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Hobbit Hole V3 6a NH : Pawtuckaway : ... : The Zoo
Crux is the beta, work your own out because everyone's is different for this climb. The climb is amongst the majority of the boulders in Boulder Natural (an area referred to as Gandalf's Lair). It is an obvious up and left slanting lower crack the follows the arete and jugs to the top of the boulder (downclimb route). Lots of climbers find the lower sidepull helpful to use with your left hand to pull the crux move out of the horizontal handcrack....[more] Browse More Classics in NH
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