Bradbury Mountain State Park Bouldering
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This page is for the boulders that are within Bradbury Mountain State Park proper and open to climbing as of 2023. Most of the boulders previously listed here (and currently not open to climbing) are under the "Elmwood Boulders" page.
Quaint boulders nestled among forests and furry woodland creatures.
Heinously sharp, large grain granite boulders- crystals are the dominant feature, also look for sloping aretes, crimps, and the occasional generation hold. Some highballs, lots of potential for new routes. really fun.
Shady and sunny, depends on aspect, etc.
Exit 22 on I-295 in Maine. If coming from the North, take a left at the end of the ramp and follow obvious signs.
Once at Bradbury Mountain St. Park, take an immediate left after the gate to the lower parking lot. Head up trail at end of parking lot "Summit .6 miles".
Head up trail for 100 yards and turn left into the woods after going up the first brown wooden staircase. If you follow the ridge line for about 100 more yards you'll come to the two "Southern Patch" boulders.
Classic Climbing Routes at Bradbury Mountain State Park
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