“I had fun this past weekend cleaning and climbing this boulder! Usually I don’t explore much for new climbs but I stumbled upon this one while hiking a few weeks ago. There was loose rock covering a solid crimp rail that made for some cool moves and then two options to finish. I found this climb with some loose rock covering a crimp rail, but everything else felt solid. After some lichen removal and beta I did it two ways from the same start. The traverse (Low rider) has fun delicate slab moves close to the ground while the direct finish (High top) goes straight up a dicey slab. Both were fun and felt around v7 to me. Hopefully this sees more people climbing on it and its surrounding potential rock.” – Keith Nadeau  

One of the beauties of rock climbing is the discoveries you make when you’re exploring the geological treasures mother nature has left behind. Keith is a Pawtuckaway NH  local, as he lives just 10 minutes away from the legendary crags, but he’s alway managing to find a new gem here and there.