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Scotland Boulder

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Scotland Boulder 

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Submitted By: Mike Veazey on Apr 9, 2012
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BETA PHOTO: Problem on the Southeast side. Low undercling up t...


Perhaps this is the Northernmost bouldering in Massachusetts? A single, large, granite block offers a multitude of problems and eliminates in the V0-V3 range up to 15 feet in height.

Getting There 

The boulder is located on the southern edge of Newburyport just off Route I-95. Take I-95 to Exit 56. From the south, take a right off the off-ramp onto Scotland Road. From the North, take a left off the off-ramp onto Scotland Road. Take Scotland Road just a few hundred yards to a small dirt parking lot on the right (just across the street from the State Police). There is a sign for the Downfall Wildlife Management Area. Follow the trail from the sign 200 yards into the woods to the boulder. You can't miss it!

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Problem on the South side (steep right side when walking in). Start on crimp and undercling, work up and right with some sharp pinches and sidepulls to a sloper, then top out a bit more right.
BETA PHOTO: Problem on the South side (steep right side when w...
View from the short approach.
BETA PHOTO: View from the short approach.
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