Very secluded high quality slab climbing. Some bolted routes, up to 3 pitches.
See Glenn's maps. From the very small pull-off on the Kanc at 43.99704, -071.38081, ride bike back a few hundred yards to the river. Cross the river (usually knee deep) to a forest road connector and ride maybe 5 minutes to join Rob Brook road, bearing right. Continue on Rob Brook rd until you get to Swan's Junction, a large clearing with a kiosk. Take a left there and bike another 5-10 minutes, crossing 2 bridges. After a clearing, look for a somewhat overgrown road up to the right at 44.02058, -071.41216 that takes you into large clearing. Go left, following this maybe 10 minutes to old logging landing on the right. Take the obvious opening straight ahead and bushwhack northeast.
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Kindred Spirits 5.10c 6b 20 VII E2 5b NH : Green's Cliff : Meadow Brook Slabs
1. Gain a ledge, then follow a line of bolts up a smooth face (5.10a) to a good stance. Continue left past a lichen strip, then go straight up on easier rock to a hanging belay at a small tree on the left. 90', 5.10a2. Move right along a ramp, plug in a small cam, and overcome a steep wall protected by bolts (5.10c). Nice moves on perfect granite lead past bolts to a horizontal crack and overlap. Two more bolts lead over another steep section (5.9) to a great ledge. After a 5.7 move, scramble up...[more] Browse More Classics in NH
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