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The Davis Boulders, with some work, might become a central New Hampshire bouldering destination. There are hundreds of boulders scattered near the trail on the way up to Goodrich Rock. Some of the boulders have been cleaned and climbed, and they have yielded about forty problems so far. There are many more problems waiting to be unearthed by those with vision and creativity and a willingness to put in the work.
Follow the signs. From the parking lot, it is just over a mile of flat terrain to access the Goodrich Rock Trail head, and another half mile up well groomed trail to reach the boulders.
The Davis Boulders have been separated into four areas:
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Mark 12:28 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- 23 E4 5c V2-3 5+ NH : Waterville Valley : ... : The Old Old Wooden Ship
Very good climbing, solid moves on positive holds. The hardest moves are in the first 10-15 feet then it eases to 5.9/VO moves with big holds.I would put this route at the level of Black Jack Crack in Rumney as far as quality.I first top roped this with a mini ascender and back up knots, took some lead like falls and dialed in the moves. After I realized that the hardest climbing was at a safe height, the landing is flat, and was overall a reasonable risk I completed the route by bouldering/free...[more] Browse More Classics in NH
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