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Pickledish Hollow

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About Pickledish Hollow:

Local Climbers:
Alan Emery (handjammer48)

Nearest town or city: Lyme
Directions: From Hanover, NH, take NH Route 10 North into Lyme. Coming around the green in Lyme, bear right at the white church and follow signs to the Dartmouth Skiway. Pass the skiway lodge on the left, and continue on the road for about a mile, until you see a marked trail on the left (this is the trail to Spring Morning Wall). At this point, you will need to drop your gear off and drive back to the ski area and park your car. The homeowners have posted that climbers park at the Skiway parking lot or the access will be closed. Help keep Pickledish open for everyone and comply with their request.

More NO TRASPASSING signs have been posted for Pickledish Cliff and Beaver Pond Slabs. You will find them at the original trailhead and when you cross onto private land after Sping Morning Wall. Pickledish Cliff, Beaver Pond Slabs, Beaver Pond Boulders and all trails on private land are closed to the public. A new trail that will link Spring Morning Wall to Stroker Cliff is being considered. Until it is established, please follow the left side of the brook up to the beaver pond and hike up over the Beaver Pond Slabs to locate Stroker. Sure, it's a little bushwacking for now, but the solitude is well worth it.
handjammer48 4/27/2005

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Camping: None
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Quantity of Climbs: Year

Forum Discussions (1 posts)

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With Replies pickledish NH seankendrigan 3 Aug 29 2012, 9:25 PM