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Nov 30, 2012
View from top of Standard Route on Whitehorse, NH
Planning on getting a few days in at Lincoln Woods during late December. Anyone have suggestions for boulders that get particularly good sun? Keyan P
From Brooklyn, NY
Joined Nov 11, 2010
98 points
Nov 30, 2012
whole warmup area is usually fine, peace dove, sitdown area,

in general it's not bad in the winter. if it's above 30 and it hasn't snowed things are climbable.
Jake D.
From Northeast
Joined Nov 23, 2006
477 points
Nov 30, 2012
Even if it has snowed, it is usually climbable. There are a few of us who will keep a few boulders free of snow.

Pond Cave is a great winter spot too...
Joe M.
Joined Dec 12, 2008
4,514 points
Nov 30, 2012
Chapel Pond
I'd be down to join you late December and bring an extra pad. Bill Sacks
From Sacramento, CA
Joined Jan 2, 2012
406 points
Dec 2, 2012
View from top of Standard Route on Whitehorse, NH
Thanks for the advice Jake and Joe. And I will let you know when I am heading down Bill. Keyan P
From Brooklyn, NY
Joined Nov 11, 2010
98 points
Dec 3, 2012
The Woods are usually really good in the winter. I only remember a couple of times when snow kept thing in the deep freeze for long.

I would add the Pinnacle area if the wind isn't blowing, sunny and easy warm ups.
john strand
From southern colo
Joined May 22, 2008
2,275 points
Dec 3, 2012
V3, Castle Hill, NZ
I'll be in Woods Hole, MA for a week starting this Wed. If some pad people are heading here this weekend, I'd love to meet and climb. Other places nearby work too. A.Javi.Gecko
From San Diego, CA
Joined Mar 15, 2012
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