After walking over the trestle you get to a passage that was blasted away when they put in the railroad tracks... The left side wall Hosts a few fun short ice climbs and some good practice routes for dry-tooling... For the most part this is a top rope area but some of the routes do protect fine...
Walk across the trestle and there you are... Short steep routes on the left wall of the cut, the slabs are through the cut on the left...
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Trestle Cut left mixed line M4-5 Trad, TR, Mixed, 1 pitch, 30 feet
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A nice introductory mixed route. Start under the small tree two thirds of the way to the top of the cliff, on the far left side of Trestle Cut. Walk up ice slabs to a rock chimney (between wall on the left, human-sized horn on right). We found rock on the left, and thin ice on part of the right. Some mandatory dry tooling, then options. Head straight up the chimney, then up the steeper ice on top....[more] Browse More Classics in NH