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Mass Central Rail Trail - West Boylston to Holden
Popular, well-maintained rail trail that follows and crosses over the Quinapoxet River twice. Near West Boylston, Massachusetts
Friends Trail
After pushing through rock gardens, you'll be rewarded with some sweet technical downhill. Near Ashby, Massachusetts
Fun drops, exposed rock, great scenery. This trail has it all. Near Ashby, Massachusetts
Tupelo Trail
One of the best singletracks in Beaver Brook Near Hollis, New Hampshire
Beaver Brook Loop
A nice workout over generally easy terrain. Near Hollis, New Hampshire
Groton Town Forest Marked Loop
A fun loop going around the border of the Groton Town Forest. Near Groton, Massachusetts
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Greater Boston Boulders Rock Climbing 

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These are a few areas just outside the city proper.

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Featured Route For Greater Boston Boulders
Rock Climbing Photo: Central Scrutinizer.

Central Scrutinizer V4-5 6B+  Massachusetts : Greater Boston Boulders : Hard Knox Rocks
This is an area classic that is given credit in Boston Rocks. It ascends the easiest way up a overhung face. Stand start with your hands on the obvious, slopey platform, and move into the left-trending rail/ledge. Work your way up and left following the weakness in the cliff.Boston Rocks description: "Bob Parrot found and established this bouldering line in the 1980s. Parrot also did the first repeat. John Sherman got the third ropeless ascent in 1995. The rating is tacitly uns...[more]   Browse More Classics in Massachusetts

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