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DescriptionA small collection of boulders with plenty of V1-6 that is perfect for your first time outdoors. There are also a few harder things for those that squeeze water from rocks. No access issues, 60 second approach, and an actual parking lot!
It should be noted that a good deal of these climbs, particularly at the main crag, may have first been done by Ward Smith some 5+ years ago. Many years let this place grow back into obscurity, and it has only just been resurrected from countless piles of moss, lichen, and dirt. Dubbed Neverland because I never thought such a spot exists, and the young (read: new) climbers should have a blast. A lot of other Western Mass. crags either have access issues, or aren't very beginner friendly, but not Neverland!
A huge thanks to the WMCC for helping sort out access issues!
Getting ThereAt least according to Google Maps, the approximate location is 70 W Chestnut Hill Rd, Montague, MA 01351
See the beta photo for the sign you should be looking out for. Make sure you don't block the path in/out!!! At least 5 cars should be able to fit in the parking lot if nobody blocks the path.
Note that there is a kiosk further in. Do not park past this kiosk, as it marks the boundary for motorized vehicles.
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