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Augusta bouldering

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Augusta Quarry 
Bond Brook 
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Augusta bouldering  Rock Climbing 

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Augusta area bouldering on the granite walls along the Kennebec River.
Augusta arsenal: independence drive, augusta, me
Augusta Mill Park
32 Northern Avenue, Augusta, ME

Getting There 

Park at old dam or AMHI/Augusta Arsenal.

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Weather station 0.8 miles from here

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By Gilman Coryell
From: Mount Vernon, Maine
Jul 11, 2012
Don't forget the old trestle pilings out in the river.
By Zach803
From: Buckfield, Maine
Apr 17, 2013
Today I discovered a small 30 foot cliff up on the hillside on Bond Brook Road has two fun Trad climbs on it...I lead a 5.7 and top roped a run out 5.6...most of the rock is solid. Needs to be climbed with caution