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Boasting a wide assortment of rock types, diverse settings, unpredictable weather, and the occasional bug or two (million), New England has bouldering challenges for any level.
The updated. Author: Tim Kemple. Softcover; 164 pages; color photographs and maps. Wolverine Publishing; copyright 2010. Updated second edition offers full-color photographs and maps. Covers Lincoln Woods, Pawtuckaway, Metro Boston, Western Mass, Rumney, Smuggler's Notch, Farley and McKenzie Pond. Pete Ward gives an inside look at the bouldering history of the area.
Forget the Rope! This is the guide for you to plan your next climbing trip in New England. This guide details all of the best bouldering sites in the New England area.
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