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Submitted By: matthewWallace on Jan 30, 2011


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This area encompasses the routes at the entrance to the trail that leads to the sport route Flesh For Lulu 5.12. There is a boulder just on the right of this trail when you walk in that has about a foot roof on it, also to the left and uphill of this boulder there is a overhanging wall which host a number of problems.

This area has seen climbing over the years and I would be thrilled to know any information people have on the area.

Getting There 

From the Parking Lot take the left trail which leads to the sport route Flesh For Lulu 5.12. this area starts right here and continues up and left to the slightly overhung walk 30 feet higher up the hill.

Climbing Season

For the *Rumney Bouldering area.

Weather station 10.1 miles from here

2 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]

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Friend Of The Devil V3 6A  New Hampshire : *Rumney : ... : Hells Kitchen
Start on the large side pull and traverse left through the crux on crimps, until making a long dead-point to a good but awkwardly angled jug. From here settle your feet and make a long move up to a jug. The route stops here for now because of snow the top out could not be done but will easily go once the snow is gone. The crux of this route is from the ground to the dead-point. The moves through this section are fairly sustained and the feet leave something to be desired. ...[more]   Browse More Classics in New Hampshire

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By matthewWallace
From: Sandwich, NH
Jul 2, 2014
Recently a large tree fell from above this band of rock, knocking down several other trees, leaving this area covered by downfall and unclimbable.

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