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Mt. Lincoln Rock Climbing 

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Typical New Hampshire winter conditions; cold, windy and secluded. The ridge can see some traffic on a fair weather day. Plan ahead and act accordingly.

Getting There 

Park at Falling Waters/Old Bridal Path Trail head off of Rt. 93

Climbing Season

For the * Ice and Mixed Climbing area.

Weather station 1.2 miles from here

3 Total Climbing Routes

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Classic Climbing Routes in Mt. Lincoln

Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Mt. Lincoln:
Lincoln's Throat   WI3     Ice, Alpine, 1 pitch, 100'   
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Featured Route For Mt. Lincoln
Rock Climbing Photo: Pitch of WI 3

Lincoln's Throat WI3  New Hampshire : * Ice and Mixed Climbing : Mt. Lincoln
Lincoln's Throat ascends a drainage gully on the west side of Mt. Lincoln. To get to the gully, hike the Old Bridal Path for roughly a mile. When the trail makes a sharp left turn with a moderate drop to your right, descend here through the trees to an old logging road. Follow this road alongside the brook eventually hiking in the brook proper. Follow this all the way up passing 2 other gullies, one coming down from the right, the other from the left. The gully on the left takes you to the Serpe...[more]   Browse More Classics in New Hampshire

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By Nolan Huther
From: Clarkson University
May 20, 2015
Anyone have any info on the route known as "High and Dry" in summer conditions?
By nhclimber
From: Newmarket, NH
May 22, 2015
An ice route or the aid climb (free climb) at sundown?

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