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Jimmy Cliff Approach

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Josh Gates · · Wilmington, DE · Joined Mar 2017 · Points: 4

What's the best route through the Rumney trail web to use to get to Jimmy Cliff? Last time we went, we ended up going past a huge talus field under some crag (can't remember which), which was slow, not so fun, and made me worry about breaking an ankle from a slip.

Thanks,
jg

Rob Rogowicz · · Danville, NH · Joined Sep 2017 · Points: 70

I think you went by bonsai which might be the easiest/quickest. But, you can avoid it. Just keep walking past the up trail that would take you to bonsai, towards lower vadar. Walk past that crag and follow the trail up and past waimea and up to Jimmy. Someone else probably knows better though. Good luck! Clippidee is still my favorite climb at Rumney. See below for map from MP.

Timothy Prime · · Plainville. CT · Joined Jul 2016 · Points: 0

You either went through Lower Vader or Bonsai. I prefer going through Bonsai myself. 

june m · · elmore, vt · Joined Jun 2011 · Points: 44

Really no sidewalk to get you up to jimmy cliff, bummer dude.

Chris Duca · · Downingtown, PA · Joined Dec 2006 · Points: 2,095

Best/easiest approach is up past the left side of Lower Vader, then on yo through the easy/steep trail past the right side of Waimea.  No “huge talus field” to deal with.  

Jon Frisby · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Feb 2013 · Points: 120

What Chris D said is the most straightforward way by far

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