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Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Pleasant Valley : Canal Zone : Yukon Jon (WI2)
By: Jason Denver When: Feb 28, 2014

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Comments: I was informed this past weekend that Jon Fauser and the Brewster Outdoor Club added a couple lines off the left side of this climb. One climb is on the left where Yukon Jon begins. There is a small left facing inside corner with some ice in it. The climb goes up that and I believe to the left side of the arÍte above it to the trees. The other climb starts partway up the Yukon Jon gully and goes up the wall somewhere on the left. Probably more rock than ice on that one I would suspect.


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Pleasant Valley : Canal Zone : Great White Hype (WI3-4) : Photo
By: Jason Denver When: Feb 13, 2014

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Comments: Josh, Turf guy is the ice in the corner to the right of you. The two flows in front of you are both GWH


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Pleasant Valley
By: Jason Denver When: Dec 15, 2013

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Comments: I've referred to this place as the "Brookfield triangle". I tried approaching once in the dark with a gps unit and spent over two hours walking around. Hahaha


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Longstack Precipice : Indigenous Wall : Comfortably Numb (5.9 R)
By: Jason Denver When: Nov 5, 2013

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Comments: Hey Loran. I had been looking up at this for a while thinking I should try it ground up and clean on the lead... good thing I didnt. I spent three evenings after work for a total of about 6 hours cleaning this as well as the 2nd pitch area of Suicide and Strychnine as I passed through on rap. I chucked off many loose blocks up there, as well as removed dirt ledges and stuff, in my opinion improving this section of the cliff. As I cleaned up the lichen that was left between the routes and uncover... more >>


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Longstack Precipice : Indigenous Wall : Comfortably Numb (5.9 R)
By: Jason Denver When: Nov 4, 2013

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Comments: I was interested in adding bolts to this to make it a fun/safe lead for everyone, but after checking it out a few times it became a headpoint lead for me. Id like to hear from the public if it seems like a squeeze job to have bolts on it. I was envisioning them on the left side of the climbing at the bottom, keeping everything far from its neighbor to the right. When the ropes are strung up on these 3 climbs they run parallel to each other about 15 feet apart all the way to the anchor.


Location: NH : CMC Crag : The Main Cliff : Wild Things (5.7)
By: Jason Denver When: Oct 2, 2013

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Comments: My partner Jonathan Baldassare climbed an alternate start to this route this past Sunday. To the left of the chimney in the corner is a roof with a crack splitting it. Climb this and merge into the nomal route above. It makes a more direct line and is about 5.11a. Protection is small cams below the roof and a #3-3.5 cam above the roof.


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Mt. Molly : Right End : Waiting For Arsenault (5.10a)
By: Jason Denver When: Sep 14, 2013

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Comments: This is a fun route. May feel harder than the grade suggests... at least to the leader. I like how it feels sustained, but you still get good holds to place the gear from.


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Rines Hill : Photo
By: Jason Denver When: Jul 28, 2013

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Comments: This is very uncharacteristic of the area. I feel that more routes established in this manner could change the good relations that we, the climbing community have with the landowners. Upon walking up to the cliff this "line" stands out as a line of metal; metal with thebolts every 3 feet.Although there are no "rules" or "route police" concerning how a climb should be established, it is the responsibility of the creator to do a good job and to respect the ethics of the local scene. I'm ... more >>


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Longstack Precipice : The Big Wall : Steve Garvey Memorial Route (5.11b)
By: Jason Denver When: Jun 7, 2013

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Comments: Thanks Edge. A great route in my opinion. Turned out easier and less scary than I was expecting. The name is a tribute to the man who lit the fire inside of me. Steve was my best friends uncle who took us up cathedral ledge for my first time when I was 11 and then up Whitehorse ledge the next summer. Steve passed away in August 1999 when his rope got cut in a lead fall in his then home state of alaska. The experiences i had were extraordinary and he made an indelible impression on me. His kindne... more >>


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Longstack Precipice : Indigenous Wall : Terror Crack (5.7) : Photo
By: Jason Denver When: Mar 21, 2013

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Comments: I wouldnt count on the mad scientist for that. He has always had a fond affection for explosives.


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Longstack Precipice : Indigenous Wall : Terror Crack (5.7) : Photo
By: Jason Denver When: Mar 19, 2013

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Comments: 5.9 from what I remember from about 8 years ago


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Pleasant Valley : Polar Circus Area : Polar Circus (WI5-)
By: Jason Denver When: Feb 20, 2013

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Comments: This great climb has seen its first known lead ascent. Jonathan Baldassarie got it in great conditions from the pictures I saw. Nice job!


Location: WY : Wind River Range : East Fork Valley : Arsenault-Bouchard (5.10)
By: Jason Denver When: Jan 15, 2013

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Comments: Pretty sure it's considered Ambush peak. Maybe the south summit


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : Lower Left Wall / Ventilato... : Fisting Jon (AKA Leafspring... (5.11+)
By: Jason Denver When: Jan 4, 2013

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Comments: Yes, I'm proud to say that I got it first go. I had been wanting to try it for a while, so i was stoked to finally have my chance. Good, unique climb for the area. And yes it does challenge the body in a very physical manner!


Location: NH : Stonehouse Pond : Geezer Pleaser (5.13d R)
By: Jason Denver When: Dec 26, 2012

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Comments: Really awesome Joe. Like the video.


Location: NH : Hall's Ledge : The Golden Wall : Hair of the Dog (5.7+)
By: Jason Denver When: Dec 2, 2012

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Comments: Strandman, we've been calling them the chinettes


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Longstack Precipice : Photo
By: Jason Denver When: Oct 20, 2012

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Comments: Knights Pond in the foreground,Lake Winnipesaukee and the Belknap range in the background


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : Barber Wall : Youth Challenge (5.10b)
By: Jason Denver When: Sep 22, 2012

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Comments: Really good route. I don't know why I dont see more people doing it. Great jamming at the grade with excellent protection. Do it! I combined pitches 2&3 with a 60m. Might as well, no need to break for the short 5.6 at the top.


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : Lower Left Wall / Ventilato... : Pooh (5.8+)
By: Jason Denver When: Sep 22, 2012

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Comments: I thought this was a great alternative to Funhouse. A bit harder, good cracks, and zero crowding. It's fairly clean now and provides a consistent grade up to the big half-way ledge. I'll definitely go back for more! Also I did it in two pitches by combining p2 & p3.


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Longstack Precipice : Wonderland Wall : Coyote Rain (5.6)
By: Jason Denver When: Sep 22, 2012

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Comments: This is a must do at this cliff. Absolutely fantastic for the grade.


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Devil's Den : The Land of Overhangs : Sorry Joe (5.9+)
By: Jason Denver When: Sep 22, 2012

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Comments: This name comes from the fact that I talked a friend out of climbing this line onsight a couple years before I led it. I told him "It's steep stuff, questionable gear, and maybe pretty hard moves". Actually, not a bad line. Sorry Joe Terravecchia. I'm sure you could've aced this in your sleep.


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ...
By: Jason Denver When: Sep 22, 2012

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Comments: The climbs on top of Copplecrown are not described anywhere. From my knowledge the anchors have been there for some time now and it is unclear who put them there and what has/hasn't been done. Some of the "chinos" crew has been out there and done some climbs. There is little to no history on the place and if you climb something it would be helpfull to the community to make a note of it on this site. Thanks


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : The Mordor Wall : Division of Labour (5.10c)
By: Jason Denver When: Aug 5, 2012

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Comments: I thought the bolts were pretty legit looking. The bolt on the last pitch was probly the oldest looking one if i remember right, but it wasnt too worrying imo.


Location: NH : Cathedral Ledge : The Mordor Wall : Division of Labour (5.10c)
By: Jason Denver When: Aug 4, 2012

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Comments: Pretty decent climbing in a tremendous position. The first pitch is sooo airy. I felt like the start of the seconed pitch was the crux for me. Cool boulder problem that felt like 5.11-. Good route to experience free climbing this section of cathedral at a reasonable grade.


Location: NH : New Durham Area (South of ... : Longstack Precipice : Indigenous Wall : Suicide Wall (5.8 PG13)
By: Jason Denver When: Aug 4, 2012

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Comments: A hand-fist sized piece works good above the first pitch anchor to pull the roof directly around 5.10. Alternatively, skirting under the left side of the roof, moving up and steping out right on the face to regain the direct route feels super exposed and keeps the grade around 5.8. Another great route to do in a long pitch!


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