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Maine & New Hampshire Rock Climbing

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Jean Juliano · · Portland, ME · Joined Oct 2015 · Points: 0

Hi All,

I recently moved to Portland, ME from California last summer and have climbed a bunch in NH and ME. looking for people to consistently climb with for trad and sport this coming season to switch leads with on multi-pitch. Would love to link up sometime to climb North Conway, Rumney, Acadia, Camden, maybe even Quincy Quarries, Hammond Pond, Gunks, Adirondacks, etc... anywhere east coast with quality trad and sport lines. I lead up to 5.7 trad and 5.9 sport. Goal is to lead 5.8 trad this yr and 5.10a sport. Im also ok following if you climb harder as it will help me improve following harder stuff. I have my own gear. PM me if interested. I climb indoors at Evo Rock gym in Portland incase you are in the area.

Colleen · · Unknown Hometown · Joined May 2012 · Points: 0

Hi Jean,

I'll swap leads! I am looking to get stronger. I am still leading easy trad. Have climbed in most of the places you mentioned (haven't made it to Camden yet). ( Also, the leading at Hammond Pond is super easy, great for practice, but you may get bored there.) 

Did the Gunks a lot last summer on weekdays, but It looks like I will be in the Greenville, Maine area for weekends this coming season... looking to get out to Camden, Clifton Crags and Eagle Rock.

I have my own gear.


john warburton · · meredith new hampshire · Joined Apr 2016 · Points: 0

HI Jean, i am visiting New Hampshire in May from the UK. Will do sport or trad up to 5.10,drop me a line.

Thanks John.

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