Another crag just east of Infinity wall on the right hand side of the cascade hosts a handful of nice ice flows in the 50 foot range. This cliff is south facing like the majority of Rumney crags, but it is sheltered by the trees, so it doesn't get an overwhelming amount of light. Most likely you will never see anyone here as this is still one of the rarely if ever visited areas of Rumney.
Follow directions to Infinity Wall and look east to the right handside and you will see this lone crag standing just "beyond infinity".
Central most and longest pure ice route at Beyond Infinity.First ascent done in "water-slush" conditions making protection marginal. Otherwise, a great standard of the grade comparable to Centerfold in length and difficulty. ...[more]Browse More Classics in NH
Thats correct. It's a little better suited for the winter environment. Think along the lines of Jim Shimberg's Granny Slab over on 5.8 because a lot of the ledge resembles that section of rock. There is a nice verglas mixed route (just like Granny's) which would be fun to lead if a few bolts were added. I may add a few bolts this summer to protect some of free hanging icicles which form over on the right hand part of the ledge (for next year). Rumney ice season is about finished for this year I think. The ice has gas a rough go with all of these freeze thaw cycles, and its all punky and white.