Climbing Down East Style

August 25, 2010 § 1 Comment

Guest blogging has returned to the MMG website! Art, Terry and myself ventured up to Acadia National Park to enjoy the local climbing and unique attractions of Bar Harbor while avoiding the torrential downpours sweeping through the Northeast. Monday and Tuesday we visited the Precipice, which features some beautiful climbing on pink granite. Old Town is a great corner system to a ledge that gives access to some fantastic hand and finger cracks while Sea Gypsy is a exposed face climb leading to a classic hand crack crux. On Wednesday, the skies were threatening rain so we headed over to the Otter Cliffs to set up some top rope climbs in a very unique setting. Its not often that you are motivated to get off the ground in order to avoid the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean! Torin Fitton





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