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Ethan Allen Boulders

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Ethan Allen Boulders  

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There are a few quality boulder problems scattered around the Ethan Allen Park in North Burlington. Some are right next to the foot path but a few gems hide off the trails, out of sight. Not climbed often, they get dirty. Decent rock quality, small and shaded.

Getting There 

Drive north out of burlington on North Ave a few miles and turn right on Ethan Allen Parkway at the Rite Aid on the corner and park in the lot provided. Walk north on the foot paths and explore!

Climbing Season

Weather station 4.9 miles from here

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Jan 3, 2011
I've been going here once in a while for a few years now and I'd love to see any beta about EAP. I can post some photos from this spot but I have no real info on routes. If anyone has any information on the spot that'd be great. I have thought about drawing a map of the park's boulders as there are a number of decent ones.
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