Lake Potanipo Bouldering
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DescriptionRe' Private Property: When camp is in session access to the area is shut off. They allow public access at the end of August for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, snowmobiling, etc. Please take note before traveling here. A call to Camp Tevya will probably give you a better idea when access is open.
A couple of nice boulders and a chossy quarried cliff with some pitons in it. One boulder along the trailside is quite beautiful, with a large ~14' overhanging prow. The rock quality is decent granite (read: mostly choss, some quality lines).
Be cautious of the summer camp just south of the boulders.
Private Property? Details
This land is owned/adjacent to a summer camp.
Getting ThereA few hundred yards north of the Mason Rd / Rt 13 intersection in Brookline, NH, park on the left side of the road just past the summer camp. There is a small 4x4 trail that leads east into the woods. Follow this to the fire road then walk the fire road to most of the boulders. The first/best boulder is below the trail about 5 minutes into the woods. More rock is out there (quarried cliff, a few other boulders), but I don't recall them being all that great.
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