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This area is quite varied and has more trad routes than most of the other cliffs at Rumney. There are however a few nice sport climbs here like, Skunks in the Gym (5.10c). It's a super cool techy slab/face climb. The Full Effect (5.10c) is a fun time as well. Many of the trad routes are plagued by wetness, but if you like finger cracks you must do Reasons to be Cheerful if you catch it on a dry day. No one is ever here and no it's not the best crag around but on a dry day there is no reason to pass up the opportunity to pick the gems.
This is the section that comes farthest down the hill. When you walk up the trail from the Black Jack Boulders you are looking up at it. There are a couple routes from the ground but most start from the ledge up high or at the base of the ramp. You can get to the upper ledge by scrambling up the ramp to a belay anchor. There is now a fun route on the mid way ledge on the left called Trundle Love (5.9) there are a few ways to get there (see route description and photos).
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Triple Corners Center:
Lichen Flakes 5.3 Trad
Trundle Love 5.9 Sport, 30 feet
Reasons to be Cheerful 5.9 Trad
Skunks in the Gym 5.10c Sport
The Full Effect 5.10c Sport
Wild Blue Yonder 5.12c/d Sport, 1 pitch, 50 feet
Featured Route For Triple Corners Center
Trundle Love 5.9 NH : Rumney : ... : Triple Corners Center
A fun corner climb that had so far been overlooked but is deserving of a little traffic. If it sat at ground level it would have been developed years ago. It sits on a ledge half way up the center section at Triple Corners. Could feel easy for a very tall climber and a bit harder for short climbers, but fun all around!Climb the corner with good sidepulls and underclings to start. Stem it out to a jug, Pull a fun mantle move to a rest stance and climb the slabby face to a ledge out left and clip ...[more] Browse More Classics in NH