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This area can be a great stop off to burn out, project hard, or just warm-up for Boulder Natural. Grades range from V0 to V11, and great climbs at many of those grades. This area is frequently forgotten about and will be empty even when Boulder Natural and Round Pond are crowded.
Easy to find, from the Lower Slabs area walk up and left to top of cliff, boulders abound.
Over the winter of 2010-2011, a piece of rock broke off of the wall creating a hold where, before, there wasn't one. The original problem & sequence is unaffected, however, it created another way to climb the wall. Before the break, an ascent of this problem was rare and it's safe to assume the original problem hasn't been climbed in a while.Original Problem (Hard V9)It starts sitting with a few holds in a low horizontal crack. Once you stand up into the underclings, a very long and te...[more]Browse More Classics in NH
Well Jim, it depends on which boulders you're looking for. Some of the boulders (Chuckie's, Jugs, Sitting Santas, etc) are located directly above the Lower Slabs. The Font Boulder (My Way, Dike Route, etc) and a few other climbs (Back At You, Plate Tectonics) are located just uphill of the first boulders. Then there is a group of climbs (Vulcan Tip Rip, Charlie's Crack, etc) that are located above the Upper Cliff, and are reached by taking a trail uphill (located left of the routes 'Pacman' and 'Tramp') and then walking back to the right directly above the cliff until reaching the amphitheater.
Needless to say, the upper area can be a little hard to find at first.