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Location: New Hampshire > WM: Kinsman Notch > 2. Lost River Crags (whole ... > Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Dec 14, 2017

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Comments: Wow, that's incredible. It goes to say that anyone climbing here should suspect any webbing / fixed gear.

Now I can actually see the rock I climbed above the Tuolomne Two Step pitches. :P


Location: New Hampshire
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Nov 1, 2017

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Comments: Reposting this from someone else:

Oct 31, 2017 Alert - Rt 302 is CLOSED at the Sawyer River Bridge, about 4-5 miles west of Bartlett.. (although the actual wash-out is further up the road, it's illegal to get there.) Both Sawyer River Rd & Bear Notch are closed to vehicles, although a USFS ranger said Sawyer is open to hikers and bikers.
Between Glen and Bartlet Rt 302 is now open, but one lane. West side Rd is fine to 302.


Location: New Hampshire > WM: Bartlett / Jackson Area
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Nov 1, 2017

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Comments: Reposting this from someone else:

Oct 31, 2017 Alert - Rt 302 is CLOSED at the Sawyer River Bridge, about 4-5 miles west of Bartlett.. (although the actual wash-out is further up the road, it's illegal to get there.) Both Sawyer River Rd & Bear Notch are closed to vehicles, although a USFS ranger said Sawyer is open to hikers and bikers.
Between Glen and Bartlet Rt 302 is now open, but one lane. West side Rd is fine to 302.


Location: New Hampshire > *Rumney > Summit Cliff (The Highlands... > Rumpus Time (5.11a) > Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Oct 22, 2017

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Comments: Makes it look low angle


Location: New Hampshire > WM: Kinsman Notch
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Oct 4, 2017

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Comments: wmur.com/article/brush-fire-bu...

Heads up if you're going to be climbing in Kinsman (especially the Lost River Crags area) this weekend


Location: New Hampshire > WM: Kancamagus (Central)
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Aug 18, 2017

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Comments: North and slight East of Sawyer Pond, on the edge of the Sawyer Pond Scenic Area is a ridge that looks like it has a steep, south facing rock exposure. I'm not aware of any marked trails out there. Know if there's anything to it, Mark?


Location: New Hampshire > *Rumney > Jimmy Cliff > Alcove Crack (5.5)
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Aug 18, 2017

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Comments: If there were separate anchors at the top for this and TINL, I bet the hammock horde would welcome a visit from the bolt fairy and this route would collect dirt no more, joining the ranks of other hated/coveted "T,S" routes.


Location: New Hampshire > Dartmouth/Lake Sunapee > The Newbury Cut > Railroad Cut > Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Jul 31, 2017

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Comments: Looks pretty neat for an evening hometown crag. I'd love if someone familiar with the area could annotate this image with approximate route lines. :)


Location: New Hampshire > WM: Albany Area > Band M (Opened Dec 2017) > If Dogs Run Free (5.11-)
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Jul 31, 2017

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Comments: Classic Strandman comment. <3 :'(


Location: New Hampshire > WM: Kancamagus (Eastern) > Little Slabs by the Covered... > When Kid's Run Free (5.6)
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Jul 31, 2017

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Comments: If Dogs Run Free (rip)


Location: New Hampshire > WM: Kancamagus (Central) > Greens Cliff > The Main Wall > First Impressions (5.9+) > Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Jul 24, 2017

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Comments: Flared crack? or is it deep?


Location: New Hampshire > Dartmouth/Lake Sunapee > The Newbury Cut
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Jul 1, 2017

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Comments: afemery, use the Improve This Page button near the top of the page for any areas or routes you think can be improved. The original submitted should get an e-mail and have a chance to consider your improvements. Otherwise, add routes that haven't been submitted and make comments on routes/areas to voice your thoughts. Hope this helps!


Location: New Hampshire > *Rumney > Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Jun 10, 2017

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Comments: Yellow are some of the newer trails (since 2009). The lowest is the wide trail that parallels (and keeps people off) the road. Instead of walking the road to pole 37, head up the stairs as if heading towards Armed & Dangerous but then take the fork left on the "shortcut trail" to get Vader / Bonsai. It cuts across the top of the 5.8 Crag (which also gives access). From Bonsai (or the trail from Pulse->Waimea) there is a new shortcut up towards the right side of Jimmy Cliff (the topm... more >>


Location: New Hampshire > WM: Lincoln Area > Lincoln Crag
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: May 3, 2017

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Comments: Hi Jonathan,

I could be wrong but I think a couple of old, crazy guys just published some information about this area: eaglecliffpub.com :-)


Location: New Hampshire > *Rumney > Pulse Wall > Tool Time (5.10d) > Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Apr 21, 2017

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Comments: I'd know those sausages anywhere


Location: Massachusetts > Farley Ledge
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Apr 13, 2017

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Comments: Hi Austin,

Welcome to Mountain Project!

At the top of areas (like Farley Ledge) you'll find a red outlined section in the description that contain access information. The WMCC and local climbing community have been working really hard to keep our access to this area and one of the restrictions is that there be no published guidebooks. Check out the MORE INFO >>> link at the top of the page to read more.



With that said, the local climbers are ... more >>


Location: New Hampshire > WM: Zealand Valley > Mount Oscar > Charismatic Mime (5.8)
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Apr 4, 2017

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Comments: "You just gotta want it"

Point well taken (and corrected). I must have checked the box thinking well, Sydney followed it on top rope after I came down... which is clearly a different meaning.


Location: New Hampshire > WM: Kinsman Notch > 2. Lost River Crags (whole ... > 6. Neverland > I've Gotta Crow! (5.10b/c) > Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Jan 29, 2017

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Comments: Bolt at his waist. Probably makes sense to use an extended sling on the prior one, right?


Location: New Hampshire > WM: Kinsman Notch > Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Jan 24, 2017

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Comments: Looks like it. That's definitely Lost River.


Location: New Hampshire > *Rumney > The Northwest Territories > Wimp And Peel (5.12a) > Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Nov 7, 2016

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Comments: Looks like weekend climbing down at Armed & Dangerous.


Location: Forums > Eastern States > Climbing on Mt. Monadnock? > Post > Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Sep 30, 2016

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Comments: You posted these as a comment on my photo. I can guarantee no one but me will see these (unless they're looking for ALL new comments in this forum). You should re-post them as a comment on the forum thread at least.

Any ambitions in checking out the Doric Temple? Pretty sure it's off the beaten pass and looked interesting to me (I haven't been personally). I'm curious what rock climbing it offers (if any).


Location: Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Sep 30, 2016

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Comments: Billings Fold! Nice


Location: New Hampshire > WM: Oliverian Notch > Owl's Head Cliff (Oliverian... > Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Sep 28, 2016

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Comments: Rad! Thank you for sharing.


Location: New Hampshire > Lakes Region > Whiteface Mountain > Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Sep 25, 2016

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Comments: There's a place you don't see too often


Location: New Hampshire > WM: Waterville Valley > Welch and Dickie Area > Dickey Ledge > South America Wall > ... > Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Sep 7, 2016

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Comments: What's that killer corner on the left side? ;)


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