What a great location for rock and ice climbing.
over 2 decades of memories
All seasons and easy approaches:)
Classic place, good fun.
My first trad climbing experience and I can't wait to come back!!!
good lead practice on Thresher and TR'ed a bunch on the Pillars. Great area.
Definitely an awesome place to climb
Did a few topropes and multis with the good folks from EMS. Mostly 5.6 and 7's. Can't wait to hit it again!
Gorgeous place to climb. Be back soon!
couple pitches up a beginner route
I spent two weeks in North Conway, lots of routes, don't remember the names of most. Good times.
the place is off the hook for all types sport, trad., toprope all abilities exposure, views. a new england staple. the hub of northeast climbing- however crowded. the fall is a beautiful time of year to climb here.
Great rock and even better views.
After Saco River canoe trip
Thin Air, Saigons to Pine Tree, RecomBeast, Three Birches, Funhouse, Bombardment, Ventilator Upper Refuse. A great and classic crag!
Had the good fortune of living close enough to spend many a weekend day climing here. Did many of the moderate classics, but would love to make it back for more - maybe someday.
We climbed North End Pillars multiple times, thresher, and some other climbs in between thresher and the pillars
Did this in my EB's. On my second visit, did the 5.8 with a 5.9 finish which was on a steep slab. I was not skillful enough to do the 5.9 in the EB's but used some sticky Firés by Boreal. The Firés had just come out and were a big technical improvement.
top roped something - think is was south pillars??
One of the easy ice climbs on the North End... good fun. My partners first lead.
Some more fun on the pillars too.