Elevation: 140 ft
GPS: 43.009, -70.965 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Mike Veazey on Nov 3, 2020
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, Lee Hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan S, Robert Hall

Description

A solitary cluster of boulders with a striking, tall rectangular tower. There are three boulders here clumped together in a the rough shape of a "giant". The "head" is a really cool cave feature.

Getting There

From the Watson Road entrance, take the trail from the parking lot along the power line, swinging left into the woods before the swamp. Take a right to cross the swamp on a long boardwalk, continuing on the trail another 300 yards until it brings you back onto the power lines. Continue straight across the powerlines and into the woods onto the "BLT" trail. Take this less than a quarter mile to a fork. Take the right fork. This trail is part of an overgrown old woods road. After a few minutes you'll get to another fork (wooden sign that says "Dam <---" and "Point --->"). Take the right fork for the "Point" and follow it another 100 yards until you can see a swamp on your right. Boulder will be pretty obvious on your left about 100 feet into the open woods.

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