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Georgetown-Rowley State Forest Boulders

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About Georgetown-Rowley State Forest Boulders:

The state forest has a bunch of trails used for mountain biking, hiking, and horse riding. There are two half decent places for some bouldering here.
Nearest town or city: Georgetown
Directions: Take the 97 north exit off I-95. Turn right onto Pingree Farm Rd. Park at the end of the road.
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Access Issues: A bit of a hike to get in. To Walk down the main trail. The first area is the second trail going off to the right. It is the last trail before getting to the swamp. Walk down this trail for about a quarter mile, the boulders are on the right. Second area is the last trail on the right before walking across the bridge that spans I-95. The trail splits a few times, always stay to the left for about a mile.
Camping: No
When to Climb: Autumn Spring Summer
Quantity of Climbs: Day