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Rock Climbing Photo: An overview of the Northeastern crags.
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By M Sprague
From: New England
Aug 13, 2013
I added the best ways of getting around we have found so far. It is a fairly complicated area so takes some time to learn your way around, especially if trying to drop into a potential route.
By Jeffrey.LeCours
From: New Hampshire
Jun 4, 2014
Is the ridge line trail still a bushwhack from Sawyer Pond?
By M Sprague
From: New England
Jul 22, 2014
I have been concentrating on the NE crags so far this season, as the new routing potential is more concentrated and the Main Wall gets blasted in the sun, so haven't been over there in a while. As of earlier this Spring it was all flagged for finding your way and pretty clear going. There were only a couple short spots where you had to push your way through branches. It is by far easier and quicker than going in the old way with bikes from the Kanc or Bear Notch. Figure a little over an hour to get to the Main Wall directly, a bit more via the NE crags.

"Land of Cracks" we are just calling the "Bigfoot Area" now, since all of the NE crags that are getting developed so far are pretty much 'Land of Cracks'. I'll break it down into sub areas once we get more routes in.
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An overview of the Northeastern crags.

Submitted By: M Sprague on May 7, 2013
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