If you lived in the area you know Beaver Brook. If not, this is 2000 acres of conservation land for the public to enjoy and learn about nature. As for climbing, there are two decent spots with some fun rock. I wouldn't travel too far to get here, but if you're in the area and have 30 minutes to a couple hours, stop by.
From the center of Hollis travel a few miles down rt 130 towards Brookline. The Parking lot will be on your right just off the road.
Sit start on the sloping rail filled with skin ripping quartz crystals, move up to a good jug and swing around to mantle up and top out. Stay true to the overhung arete for the true route. ...[more]Browse More Classics in NH