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Re: climbing conditions

Postby nartreb » Thu Apr 12, 2012 10:27 pm

I haven't been north in a while, but this is a good summary of stuff I've heard recently:


Check their Forums section for more details.

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Re: climbing conditions

Postby AlexeyD » Fri Apr 13, 2012 8:56 pm

anita wrote:anyone been climbing in the Adirondacks or NH yet?
thinking about heading down this weekend.. wondering if still wet or not, etc...

Not sure if this helps, but I was in the Gunks last weekend and it was beautiful - warm, dry, tons of people, and even the centipedes were out :P

Likely going to be in Rumney tomorrow...will try to remember to post an update when I get back.
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Re: climbing conditions

Postby ChuckO » Tue May 08, 2012 1:12 am

I will be in New England for a business trip next week, and will have time for a long weekend of adventuring (18-20 May). What are the climbing/hiking conditions in Mass/Vermont/New Hampshire ?? Was thinking of hiking/camping the state high points (Greylock, Mansfield, Washington). Guessing that technical rock climbing on Mt. Washington has not yet opened up?? Suggestions welcomed. Thanks in advance!!
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