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Temporary Massachusetts Area

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Reservoir Rocks 
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Nearby Mountain Bike Rides

Outer Loop Network
A network of wooded singletrack and some doubletrack with connections to Mass Central Rail Trail. Near West Boylston, Massachusetts
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
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Temporary Massachusetts Area Rock Climbing 

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Elevation: 15'
Location: 42.3377, -71.83125 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: Old Timer, Kristine Hoffman (sitewide)
Submitted By: Old Timer on Aug 8, 2016
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Weather station 5.3 miles from here

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K-Why V7 7A+ PG13  MA : Temporary Massachusetts Are... : ... : Crystal Methods Boulder
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By tim murdock
Sep 9, 2016
Given the ongoing dialogue with the landowners, I deem it unwise to expand on the existing information that currently exists on the web. If someone really wants to climb in gb, they can, as many others have including yourself. For the time being, the current level of educated traffic is manageable, and in the future, when access and other concerns are ironed out, a more comprehensive and informative guide to the area will be made available. I appreciate your enthusiasm; however, this is neither the time nor the place for information to be shared considering all circumstances.

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