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organicrasta


Jun 25, 2001, 6:00 PM
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Looking for beta on routes out east. I am familar with the Gunks. Will be in Maine, New Hampshire for most of july. I boulder, sport climb, and love placing gear. Send info.


kagunkie


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Hello....
Why dont you try climbing at Cathedral Ledge and Whitehorse cliff in North Conway. The climbing potential there should keep you occupied for quite a while with an extensive ammount of established routes both sport and trad routes covering all difficultie levels.


clymberboy


Jun 26, 2001, 8:10 AM
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don't forget rumney!


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