BETA PHOTO: A few good routes on the right side of Rimmon...
The most consistently steep section of the cliff some routes are lacking the typical Rimmon ledges allowing for more sustained climbing and a little more exposure.... Perhaps my favorite moderate lead at Rimmon is a 5.6 that goes right up the middle of this area.... There was once a few hard bolted routes here.... The old, rusty chains seem to be gone, as for the bolts I've not checked.... I never heard anything great about these hard routes, but the easier stuff is great....
Most routes here start up a pretty easy section for the first 30-40 feet then stay steep for another 40+ feet....
From the road, head up the sandy trail to the base of the cliff....
Weather station 1.1 miles from here
6 Total Climbing Routes
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Classic Climbing Routes in Right Side
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Little Plum 5.8+ 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c NH
: Southern NH and Seacoast
: ... : Right Side
A killer fun time... 5.9 by modern standards but who am I to blow against the wind...Before I ever saw a guide to Rimmon I spotted the pretty right leaning crack near the top with binocs from the parking lot and i was sucked in... On a 100 degree day i went up to find may way up to it... That is a fun way to climb just pick the line and go for it... It was a really good way to spend a couple hours on a hot summer day...Hike up so you are below the nice crack and climb 15 feet of clean rock to a ...[more] Browse More Classics in NH
Latest Regional Forum Messages
BETA PHOTO: The Angel routes etc..
By lee hansche
From: goffstown, nh
Apr 8, 2009
Yup there are still bolts on this face... some are scary and some look good... Some are less than a foot apart... looks like a mess...
By Travis Dustin
From: Hollis, NH
Aug 4, 2013
Is the route with all the newish bolts to the right of Angel, the Mantler?