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Fire Road Boulders 


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Description 

Hidden in the trees on the side of the Fire Road are a few small clusters of boulders that, although obscure, hold some fun problems that may be worth seeking out if you're feeling adventurous. There are really three separate areas spread out down the trail from the Horse Farm to Round Pond - the Dwarf Boulders are the upper set that sit right next to the trail, Bugland is the middle set, and the Lower Fire Road Boulders are spread out around a wash nearer the bottom of the hill. The Dwarf Boulders can be a good place to warm up before heading down the hill to climb at the larger areas of the park, and the Lower Fire Road Boulder hold some higher, harder problems, some of which are still projects...


Getting There 

Park at the Horse Farm and walk down the fire road towards Round Pond. Conversely, park at Round Pond and walk up the hill.


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Voodoo-U V4-5 6B+  NH : Pawtuckaway : ... : Lower Fire Road
If this was anywhere else, it would be perpetually caked with chalk. Fun movement, fine grained slopers, and a flat landing combine to make for a really great problem. Sit start beneath the bulge on a large, blocky two-handed jug and make a big move up to the sloping shelf above. Match the slopers, traverse right until the shelf ends, and then make the crux move up to a sidepull. Topout straight up on slopers....[more]   Browse More Classics in NH

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