Collection of routes 5.9-5.14 This cliff is almost never climbed on by humans, although if you stop by some mutants might be pulling on one of the super-hard lines. The cliff has an easier approach than it's lesser climbed bretheren. Therefore, I suggest stopping by this cliff on one of these super-busy Rumney Saturdays. The moderates here have some very interesting moves: from horizontal dynos, to some (not fun) groveling above. even some exciting stemming through small overlaps.
Cliff below Triple Corners and above Blackjack Boulders
Yer Anus is wonderful on a summer day. hahaha.The jokes just never get old for me."What did you get on today?""I got on Yer Anus"."Hahahahaha".Besides the jokes, the climb is good too. If done right, it can be a cruise, but it can challenge you as well. You start up the easy corner and break right below the roof to good holds and make a trick move to a ledge. From this nice rest move right on good holds and bad feet under another roof and over in to a corner climb the corner and mantel to gain t...[more]Browse More Classics in NH