Bradbury Mountain State Park (CLOSED to Climbing Oct '17) Bouldering
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DescriptionQuaint 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.
Area closed to climbing Details
There are current conversations with the land owners- this area is closed to climbing at this time. October 2017
Getting ThereExit 24 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 right after the gate to the lower parking lot. Head up trail at end of parking lot "Summit .6 miles".
Head up trail for a quarter mile-ish, past a few wooden staircases. At Y jxn with small map, head left to overlook. See large signs that state end of Bradbury Mountain State Park, and walk right past them. Head directly down hill.
You should run directly into Southern Boulder or slightly to skier's right of it. The remaining problems are a hundred yards climber's left of Southern Boulder.
Classic Climbing Routes at Bradbury Mountain State Park (CLOSED to Climbing Oct '17)
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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