Note - A of the Black Jack boulders west of and including the Moat Boulder are on private property. The property line runs from the road where the trail near pole # 39 runs along the stream up between the Zig-zag Boulder and the Moat Boulder, up to a point just below Starship Enterprise Crag. It then runs west to the Boundary Boulder, where it then turns and runs up hill through part of the Prudential Crag.
The owner is climber friendly, but obviously visitors should be on their best guest behavior. Keep your voices down, don't leave trash, old tarps or wood pallets under the boulders. Particularly, do not bellow profanities. The noise carries right down to his house which is below and can be quite tiresome. This is his property and you are on it at his discretion.
This information is a public crowdsourcing effort between the Access Fund,
and Mountain Project. You should confirm closures, restrictions, and/or related dates.
This unassuming boulder is home to four good lines, three of which are area classics, and all of which are stout. Bring your balance, power, and good skin.
The Spragueasorus boulder is just east of the Zig-Zag boulder and north of the Fisher Block. From the Umbrella Traverse, head west on the trail, taking a right about 60 feet past the Black Jack Crack. The boulder is recognizable by the steep face with the heavily chalked edge at it's base.
There are a number of different ways to do this problem, and they are all pretty hard. Start sitting on the obvious crimp rail and head up and left. Some people use the small crimp in the horizontal crack, some people use a shallow undercling, and everybody uses the unusual pyramid shaped hold to eventually grab the jug on the arete and top out left. A great problem and one for which it may be beneficial to be a little shorter for a change. ...[more]Browse More Classics in NH
Julian thats cool, i had posted it once but then removed it because i hadnt climbed it, im glad you posted it, its good to have all the routes out there. On the same note Julian I dont know if you have any info on B-Boy stance or The Loomit at the pound (both routes way to hard for me) if you do it would be great to get a description put up for those as well.