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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: :-)

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.

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Location: New Hampshire : WM: Zealand Road / Notch : 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: 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).

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? ;)

Location: Vermont : Smuggler's Notch
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Aug 30, 2016

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Comments: Where is Quickbeam (5.11c) located?

Location: Maine : Acadia National Park : Otter Cliffs : Rock Lobster (5.9)
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Aug 29, 2016

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Comments: I'd probably run it like JayMorse describes next time. I naively protected the top edge without realizing the one 4ft down. Belaying on the ledge makes it so you can see the climber better... albeit you'll both be below you make the final move back onto the stack.

Location: New Hampshire : *Whitehorse Ledge : Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Aug 9, 2016

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Comments: Hah! This is actually the original photo, unaltered aside from cropping. October 10th, Natasha and I had just eloped and had my buddy Jared take some shots (this being one of the best).

He's local and has some good work

It was a good weekend. We climbed Recompense / Beast Flake the next day for our honeymoon.

Location: New Hampshire : Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Jul 18, 2016

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Comments: Hah! Uncanny! The route is called Sidewinder, 5.10c? or I guess we'll see what it's rated in the secrets of the notch guidebook that's "coming soon"

Location: New Hampshire : *Rumney : The Crow's Nest
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Jun 20, 2016

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Comments: Recalling back to my first few times accidentally walking to the top of the Clippity slab, I agree with you afemery. I think they'll come with time. The alternative trail up the right side of Jimmy Cliff also comes to mind. I think cairns would be good enough for now. Good suggestions to be brought up at a future RCA Trail Day.

Location: New Hampshire : WM: Franconia Notch : Hounds Hump Ridge (Eaglet e... : The Eaglet : The West Chimney (5.7) : Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Jun 17, 2016

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Comments: Sweet photo! Just a reminder to folks that The Eaglet is temporarily closed for Peregrine nesting (through August 1st, 2016) as far as I'm aware.

Location: New Hampshire : WM: Crawford Notch : Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Jun 15, 2016

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Comments: I've never been there myself - it could be mislabeled. I was going off what was submitted here: 1. Lost and Found Slab. If anyone knows for sure, let me know or maybe we can 'Improve This Page' where needed. I'm just happy this area is getting more visibility and was hoping to help spread the love. :D

Location: New Hampshire : WM: Crawford Notch : Webster Slabs
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: Jun 11, 2016

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Comments: Are you suggesting the climbs listed here should have been listed under Ethan & Abel Slabs? Or that that both areas are mislabeled and THIS one should be Ethan & Abel slabs?

Location: New Hampshire : *Rumney : Darth Vader
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: May 20, 2016

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Comments: There isn't a route that is entirely dry in the rain here. The cave gives great cover but the latter part of the caves routes are all subject to the elements. The cliff gets sun and dries out fast but seeping can occur (e.g., lower half of Yoda).

Location: New Hampshire : *Rumney : 5.8 Crag : Milktoast (5.10c/d)
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: May 19, 2016

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Comments: Wow, had it really been 7 years since I first climbed this? I enjoyed it today with Natasha. The first couple of bolts were of easy stemming, before a great, chalky foot and some balance gave reach to a left handed sloper turned jug further back. A really high left foot rock over and I found myself catching a no hands rest left of the roof. Placing my draws way out right was a bit of a reach - it's obvious this route was bolted with intentions of going right up the bulge. I continued up the slot... more >>

Location: New Hampshire : WM: Bartlett / Jackson Area : Cave Mountain : Roofer Madness (5.11+) : Photo
By: Jeffrey.LeCours When: May 17, 2016

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Comments: I learned about sharp edges at Rimmon and it's not even that sharp there :X Scary lowering off and then noticing a near core shot of death

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