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Current conditions in North Conway, NH at 9:59p on 03/25/19 - Temperature: 22.1 °F - Wind speed: 0.0 mph - Wind chill: 22.1 °F - Barometric pressure: 29.991 in - 3 Hour Barometer Trend: Rising Slowly - Humidity: 51 %
IceCON 3. Ice generally available in the usual places, many climbs fat.
3 out of a possible 5
The White Mountain Report: Mar 21st, 2019
So it's "officially" Spring. Last night was a major full moon and the sun is now much stronger than it has been for months. With Daylight Savings Time now in force it's light much later, tho now the dark of night is hanging on a bit later in the morning. But at least it has finally started to make all of us feel as if we will get through this very long winter at last.
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The Notches: A Rock Climber's Guide to the Western White Mountains of New Hampshire
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Do we really need another guidebook for the White Mountains? From what I see I would have to answer that in the affirmative!
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A nice finish after a day climbing Cinema or Hitchcock. It's easy to get to and can make for fun climbing

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Boulder /n./ place close to the ground to practice falling. When climbers aren't climbing, they like to sharpen their skills by bouldering on large rocks located in places frequented by impressionable tourists. Because bouldering is done without protection, the rule is never to climb higher than you'd like to fall. That is why so many climbers stand around discussing boulder problems instead of climbing them.
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Repentance & Remission at 9 AM on a Thursday morning, look closely folks...
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Repentance & Remission at 9 AM on a Thursday morning, look closely folks...
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Selected Ice Conditions effective March 21, 2019
It's been a wonderful ice season, but Spring is officially here folks. Thus the sun is strong so it's warm during the day, but it's cold at night. And of course that means that climbs in the full sun are crap, but anything in the shade can still be good and maybe even building a bit. Sure, Standard Route is still massive, but the ice isn't all that good IMO. I was up there today and thought the ice above the cave was punky! Climbs in the reflector oven that is the Amphitheater are a mess now and honestly in my mind it's not a smart place to be. We're entering a time when the best climbing will be up high in the Ravine. And of course the longer days make it a great time to be up there. From here on out I'm only going to be posting pictures of things I think are in climbable shape, and that's a dwindling supply.
Huntington Ravine IN mostly  
Repentance OUT Click to see route picture.
Standard Route climbable, but getting punky Click to see route picture.
Dracula IN - bring your snorkle Click to see route picture.
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One Of Our Articles: Another Day At Ducks Head (a.k.a. Trollville)
Duck's Head (Trollville) is a great place to toprope or to get your mixed climbing skills in order. This day was a particularly great time...plus we ran into a couple of mixed-masters and got to watch them at work!
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