The name of the mountain is because of the 200ft summit cliff. The cliff is steep and the west or left side looking from the valley is a friction ramp to overlapping overhangs, the right side or east is a face wall split by a tree ledge centrally and a dike to the right of that and a little more face up to the small tree ledge connected to the forest.
off of Route 113 access Mt. by Blueberry ridge trail. Find it on hiking N.H. map.
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