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Rumney, Lakes 03266
Park in the far lot, walk down the road, start hiking at the woods at utility pole #37. Follow engraved wooden signs for "Waimea" or "Darth Vader." Hike up the trail, while passing a few large boulders on the left.The first crag is Lower Vader
Rumney, Lakes 03266
Yellowknife is an out of the way crag that sees so little traffic that the holds normally don't even have chalk on them. Follow directions to the Hinterlands and continue left under the gully and you will find it.
Bretton Woods, White Mountains 03575
The shortest and fastest approach to the Main Slab, Buttress No. 1, and Willey Brook Ravine is the "Hatties Garden Path". Park on Rt 302 at a gravel pullout on the west side of the road about a half mile above the Willey Slide pullout. (coming s/e).
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