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Hotel Boulders 

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There are about 35 quality boulder problems less than a minute from the car. The main area has four blocks which are all within 30 seconds of each other. A Block is the largest block. B Block is the smallest block and is located 15 feet directly below A Block. C Block and D Block are 25 feet to the right of A Block and are connected in the middle by a short tunnel/cave. Classics include A Call to Duty (V2), Kool-Aid Arete (V7) and The Line (V9). Parking and access are sketchy for this area.

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Contact Andy or Pete for a tour.

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['4 Stars',3],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',9],['1 Star',7],['Bomb',0]

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Crimpfest V7- 7A+  MA : Lynn Woods : Hotel Boulders
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By Old Timer
From: North Andover MA
Jul 22, 2013

Based on our trip on 7/21/13, it looks like they are developing this area, and it has become an active construction site with road building and blasting mats. The fate of access and the boulders themselves appears to be in serious jeopardy.

By JChepes
From: Chocorua, NH
Jul 22, 2013

I wish there was place where these blocks could get moved to so they wouldn't be destroyed. An island of misfit boulders for all to enjoy:) Route one was probably a bouldering meca before man and machine wreaked its toll. Pebbles as far as the eye could see. We'll probably get a few more Dunkin Donuts out of it.
Any chance on some last rites, final sesh, Pete?