Pulpit Falls Bouldering
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|Shared By:||Tyler Hogan on Sep 11, 2017|
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Pulpit Falls in Winchester, NH offers a few high quality boulders on gritty gneiss. The rock quality isn't quite as prime as the surrounding areas, but the few climbs that are here are quite high quality. The concentration is low and there are only 3-4 boulders worth climbing. A bit more stone exists for future development.
Heading south on route 10 from Winchester, pass through the stoplight in Winchester. Proceed for around 3 miles or so. The road eventually bends widely to the right. Park at a large pullout on the right side of the road. Immediately cross the road and follow a blue-blazed path to a river. Follow the trail and eventually right after about 50 yards. Head up a hill. The boulders are all in this general area.
Classic Climbing Routes at Pulpit Falls
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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