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Dec 23, 2011
I would love a look at the old southern NH guide! please reactivate the link! matthewWallace
From plymouth, nh
Joined Nov 20, 2008
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Jan 11, 2012
links didnt work for me. If you could update the links it would greatly appreciated

Travis Dustin
From Hollis, NH
Joined Jan 8, 2012
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Jan 11, 2012
Sorry folks, I'm afrad I won't be re-upping these anytime soon. I'm currently wandering about the country on a motorcycle looking for climbing in warmer temps. I'm about ten states from my computer as I stands, and I'm only looking to go farther.
I know ome of thoe guides were downloaded well over 100 times, so I'd expect them to be fairly widepread within the NH community. Maybe someone else out there would be willing to post them? I can't say I loved, but it was free and pretty easy to use.
I'll post them when I get back if it hasn't already been done, but it won't be for another couple months, at least

Maybe by then that new book will be out? Eh? Eh?
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Jan 12, 2012
No prob have a great trip!!! Travis Dustin
From Hollis, NH
Joined Jan 8, 2012
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Jan 16, 2012
Well depending on if you want to do a little traveling you can find a copy of the 1995 Pawtuckaway guide book at franklin pierce university in Rindge NH. The 1980's guide to Southern NH can be found in the Library at Phillips Exeter academy library, in the Robert Bate's Room(This is a real cool room to spend some time in if you get a chance). The 1980's guide can also be found at UNH in the New Hampshire room of the Library.

The rest of the books you'll have to hunt someone down that has them and ask for a copy...

All in all the information in the 80's, 95 p-way guides and the manchester guide will be in Todd's new book...
Christopher Gagne
From Dover
Joined Nov 20, 2007
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Apr 29, 2012
Same here. I have family on the lake Pawtuckaway and seeing a guidebook would be wonderful. Salim R
From Woodstock
Joined Apr 4, 2012
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May 12, 2012
Does anybody have a copy they can send me?? I was in Pawtuckaway today for the first time and it would have been awesome to have some more info than MP. I'd be happy to host it on my Dropbox (pending it is under 2gb) if somebody has it! Shoot me a PM and I'll get you some contact info. Thanks!!! JBaker Baker
From Belmont, MA
Joined Aug 25, 2010
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May 13, 2012
If youre looking for a guide to Pawtuckaway get a hold of New England Bouldering. That covers most of the areas there but Mp has more info than the book so I use both.
Travis Dustin
From Hollis, NH
Joined Jan 8, 2012
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Apr 8, 2013
I just (re)found this thread trying to download the guide books at a friends house, sad to see all of the links have gone dead. I have all of the pdfs that Basilisk had uploaded here. These are a part of the local climbing history and shouldn't be inaccessible simply because they are out of print.

Benjamin Buck
Joined Feb 9, 2012
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Apr 10, 2013
If you search around there is multiple threads for this. Here is the latest link of my shared material. Enjoy.
Jeremy A
From NH
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