NEClimbs - information for New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont rock and ice climbers
Current conditions in North Conway, NH at 8:54p on 11/20/14 - Temperature: 29.4 F - Wind speed: 1.0 mph - Wind chill: 29.4 F - Barometric pressure: 29.257 in - 3 Hour Barometer Trend: Rising Slowly - Humidity: 33 %
IceCON 1. Climbs just coming in or only in upper elevations like Ravines.
1 out of a possible 5
The Home of New England Climbing
Rock Routes at Franconia Notch: grouped by Area, sorted by Name
Description: The alpine rock and ice training ground for New England climbers since the 20's. Between Cannon Cliff, The Eaglet, Eagle Crag, Hounds Hump Ridge and other crags, every kind of climbing you want or can imagine is represented.

While many climbs are rated as moderates, make no mistake, the committment level here is very high. If you have a problem you are often on your own, in spite of the fact that the busy Interstate highway is in plain view below. The weather is extremely variable and often you can't see what's coming in from behind the cliffs. On top of that the rock quality can range from superlative New Hampshire granite to choss, and everything in between. That said, a day on any of the Franconia crags is a day well spent.
Directions: It doesn't get much easier to get to, I 93 goes right through the middle of Franconia Notch.
Click Here to see a Google Map.
Lattitude: = 44.16413, Longitude = -71.67639
Area Name Grade
Whitney-Gilman area Russian Roulette 5.8+ R WI5
NEClimbs on Facebook
NEClimbs on Facebook
RSS Reader Feed
RSS Feed for NEClimbs, the New England rock and ice climbing resource
Julbo: The world needs your vision
New England Mountain Guides
Rock On outdoor clothing
International Mountain Equipment
Cathedral Mountain Guides
Adventure Spirit: Rock+Ice+Alpine Experiences
Hyperlite Mountain Gear
Mooney Mountain Guides
International Mountain Climbing School
Sponsors & Donors
View Current List