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Summary

Excellent sport climbing on good schist and quartzite.

Description

Rumney climbing area is a collection of crags on the slopes of Rattlesnake Mountain, near the village of Rumney, New Hampshire. This is on national forest service land, and a daily parking fee is charged -- which goes to the maintenance of the Rumney climbing area.

The current (as of 2021) definitive and most popular guide book for the area is Rumney by Ward Smith.

Access issues

Rumney Climbers' Association coordinates access issues.

Approach

For most popular cliffs, access is easy and obvious along well-marked trails.

Parking:

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Style
Routes
Ticks
Height
Grades
 Sport climbing,  Bouldering and other styles
57
784
52ft
7
G Spot cliff
9
12
39ft
Balcony sector
3
0
49ft
Main Cliff cliff
110
579
79ft
6
Bonsai cliff
23
311
62ft
1
Waimea cliff
64
137
49ft
1
Asylum cliff
9
0
56ft
Black Jack Boulders boulder field
141
102
13ft
6
0
33ft
Monolith sector
4
0
89ft
Closed The Pound boulder field
85
184
10ft

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