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Collection of Boulders around Round Pond. This Area is very similar to Blair Woods in rock quality. However, Round Pond is my personal favorite cool down spot in the fall bouldering season because it is awesome to hike out with a few cold ones and boulder a bit then kick back next to the pond and boulders and relax after a day of pulling hard.
Hike/drive to Round Pond and explore the hilltop. Most of the boulders near the top of the small hill and the "Balance Boulder" and the warm-up boulder mark the end of the area (yes it is kinda small). All the other boulders between the warm-up and the pond and the trail have great problems.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Round Pond:
Classic V0 4 Boulder, 10'
The Jitterbug (aka Try Again) V0 4 Boulder, 12'
Cream V0+ 4+ Boulder, 20'
The Hueco Problem V1 5 Boulder, 15'
Gimme Crack V2 5+ Boulder, 15'
The Whip V2 5+ Boulder
X.L. V2 5+ Boulder, 20'
Bring the Ruckus V3 6A Boulder, 15'
Cause for Commotion V3 6A Boulder, 12'
Crimp Problem V3 6A Boulder, 10'
Sauce V3+ 6A+ Boulder, 20'
The Becoming V4 6B Boulder, 12'
Arch Nemesis V4+ 6B+ Boulder, 12'
The Crimp Problem SDS V5- 6C Boulder, 10'
Gadgetry V5 6C Boulder
Labrador Dreams (aka Tin Arete) V5 6C Boulder, 12'
Atlas V6 7A Boulder, 8'
Maxim V7 7A+ Boulder
High Tech Issues V8 7B Boulder, 20'
Dopeman V8 7B Boulder, 15'
Featured Route For Round Pond
Cause for Commotion V3 6A NH : Pawtuckaway : Round Pond
When reaching the top of the hill, one of the first lines that people notice is this sharp arete next to the trail. There used to be two good flakes on the left of the arete, but both have now ripped off and the scars are quite obvious. The quality of the line may have improved now that any loose rock is gone, but it doesn't climb quite like it used to. Sit start with the good rail down low, or use an optional crimp out left along with the rail and pull up to the arete. Grab the edge that is...[more] Browse More Classics in NH
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