Bond Brook Climbing
|GPS:||44.333, -69.797 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
|Page Views:||168 total · 6/month|
|Shared By:||Ben Townsend on Mar 28, 2016|
|Admins:||Ladd, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall|
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This crag is about 30’ high and 30’ wide. The rock appears to be a metamorphic volcanic, with many incut horizontals. Watch out for loose rock and poison ivy. A geocache is located in a red plastic box under the right end of the crag, and shouldn’t be disturbed. There are two fixed anchors at the top, a chained tree on the left and a bolted anchor on the right. It’s fairly easy to scramble up the gully on the left (west) side to reach the top. On toprope, one can climb pretty much anywhere (assuming one can overcome the big overhang at the bottom). If leading, there are moderate routes on the left and right sides of the crag, with reasonable protection using a selection of cams from thin to 3”.
Located on the north side of Bond Brook Road about a quarter-mile west of its intersection with Civic Center Drive. Park at a small dirt pullout on the north side of the road (right, when coming from Civic Center Drive), then walk about a hundred yards west and head more or less straight up the steep hillside about 200' to the base of the cliff.
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