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Boundary rock is really a boulder not a cliff. There are two bolted routes on it, they check in at 5.8 and 5.8+. the climbing is slabby for the most part with a few steeper moves. They are fine routes but not really worth the hike unless you are like me and want to climb every route you can. If you are looking for a reason to check them out it might be the only place you can climb a couple 5.8's on a busy Saturday and be pretty damn sure you will have the place to your self. Might be a good warm up if you are on your way by to one of the other western crags up that trail.
From the Black Jack Boulders hike the main trail that heads west out of the boulders and heads out to the Northwest Territories. About halfway to the NW Territories look for a cairn (rock pile) beside the trail and a large boulder to your right about 100ft off trail (cant really see it well when there are leaves on the trees). The trail that leads to the right and out to the rock isn't obvious so keep your eyes peeled.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Boundary Rock:
The left of the two routes on this oversized boulder and the harder one..Start just left of a red paint mark on the rock. Climb straight up the slab until you get to a bulge. Climb over the bulge on fun moves to the chains. Not a fantastic route but not a waste of time either, particularly on a busy weekend day....[more]Browse More Classics in NH
hey guys, thanks for fixing it I got all confused lol. This is really a cool spot wish there were more potential at this boulder because the climbing is really fun and it deserves more attention than it gets.