September Open Cabin Weekend
Sep
20
to Sep 22

September Open Cabin Weekend

Join AMC Boston Climbers for a weekend at the Harvard Low Cabin. All are welcome to come climb, hike, bike or just hang out. The weekend is $10 per person per night, payable at the cabin. You can come Fri and/or Sat night, sleep inside/outside/in a tree. No official pairing up, organized group meals or activities. Registration is now open!

The Harvard Low Cabin is a historic and rustic cabin located on Route 16 at Mile Marker 93.4 in Jackson, New Hampshire.  Park at the pullouts on either side of the road and walk up the hill on the east side of the road about 100 ft.  Guests will need to bring sleeping pad and sleeping bag as everyone shares the floor to sleep in the cabin's large loft space. There is an open kitchen, drinkable water, an outhouse, and two stoves to heat the downstairs.

  • Lodging is $10 per person, per night

  • You may cancel (preferrably with 24 hours notice), but please email the host so we can free up your spot

  • Host Ron Birk

  • Registration Open

Reach out to opencabin@amcbostonclimbers.com with any qustions.

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SendHers Gym Night at Central Rock Gym
Sep
26
7:00 PM19:00

SendHers Gym Night at Central Rock Gym

SendHers is hosting a gym night Thursday, Sept 26th at 7pm, at CRG in Watertown. This event is not exclusive to SendHers members, so anyone should feel free to join! Please use this sheet for carpool and guest pass interest / offers - https://bit.ly/30wIEil

Natalie will be wearing the new teal SendHers tank top and Andrea will be wearing a pregnancy harness : ) so look for us by the benches outside of the locker rooms and we'll match you with a partner! We'll be selling the SendHers tanks for 15$ and passing out special stickers! If you arrive late just come find us around the gym! Hope to see you there!

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Fall Frolic Weekend 2019
Oct
4
to Oct 6

Fall Frolic Weekend 2019

Every fall we return to the Mohonk Preserve for a weekend of climbing surrounded by the fall foliage. All climbers (AMC-members and non-members alike) are welcome to join for two days of climbing, camping, and a group dinner on Saturday night. This year's event will again be held at the beautiful Robibero Winery. Climbers should make their own partner and carpool plans - a spreadsheet to assist in matchmaking and carpooling will be sent out to everyone who registers.


Logistics, directions, & other information

There are 3 documents with information on Fall Frolic Weekend:

There will also be a carpooling spreadsheet to help find rides.

Registration

Click here to register for Fall Frolic Weekend!

Questions?

If you have questions or problems with registration or payment, email the registrar (Brian Eck).

For any other questions, email the Fall Frolic trip leaders (John Trotter, Mike Mullins, and Eric Engberg).

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Nov
21
7:00 PM19:00

AMC Gym Night at MetroRock

Come join us for our monthly gym night at MetroRock in Everett on Thursday, November 21st at 7pm! We will meet outside the locker rooms. Look for Heidi and Lorenzo in AMC shirts to be paired with a partner. If you arrive late come find us around the gym!

Happy climbing!

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Aug
30
to Sep 2

Labor Day Adirondacks Trip

  • 4390 U.S. 9, North Hudson, NY 12855 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS


Organizer: 
Ian Gillerman, igillerman@gmail.com

Dates: Fri Aug 30, 2019 to Mon Sep 2 ,2019

Location: Sharp Bridge Campground (Google Maps Link), ~4 Hours from Boston.

Cost: ~$22 (Estimate)

Reserving a spot: Reservations need to be made by August 23th. Indications of interest even if you can't commit are useful so we can reserve more campsites if interest is high. 

More information: Check out this awesome document for all the beta on climbing, other activities, directions, and more. And if you're new to the Adirondacks, don't miss his 10ish Reasons to Explore the Adirondacks guide.

Food: You are responsible for your own food. On Saturday night, there will be a very informal pot luck.

Climbing: You are responsible for bringing all of your own gear, and making your climbing arrangements on your own. The spreadsheet and forum can be useful tools for organizing climbing partners.

Join the waitlsit below to get your name on the spreadsheet and coordinate!

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Aug
29
7:00 PM19:00

AMC Gym Night at Metro Rock Gym

A reminder that a gym night will be happening on Thursday, August 29th, 7pm at Metro Rock Gym in Everett. Look for Lorenzo and Heidi in Rock Program t-shirts when you arrive to be matched up with a partner. Come out for a fun night of climbing and a chance to reconnect with the AMC community!

If you’re not a Central Rock Gym member, you might be able to get a guest pass from another member of the community. Check Facebook or your email for more details.

Happy climbing!

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August Open Cabin Weekend
Aug
23
to Aug 25

August Open Cabin Weekend

Join AMC Boston Climbers for a special SendHers themed weekend at the Harvard Low Cabin. All (including gentlemen) are welcome to come climb, hike, bike, swim or just hang out at the cabin. You can come Fri and/or Sat night, sleep inside/outside in a tent/in a tree.

As a part of the SendHers mission to expand the number of female climbers within the community, there will be an organized cragging day on Saturday in a location (TBD) near Jackson, NH for individuals who identify as female.

In addition, there will be a pizza dinner Saturday night at the cabin for all individuals within the community. Gentlemen are welcome to join the dinner, but should make their own climbing plans. Please bring an appetizer or dessert to share and BYOB. Also, if you would like to join for dinner but will not be staying at the cabin, we ask that you contribute $5 towards the pizza. No organized plans will be coordinated for Sunday.

The Harvard Low Cabin is a historic and rustic cabin located on Route 16 at Mile Marker 93.4 in Jackson, New Hampshire.  Park at the pullouts on either side of the road and walk up the hill on the east side of the road about 100 ft.  Guests will need to bring sleeping pad and sleeping bag as everyone shares the floor to sleep in the cabin's large loft space. There is space outside of the cabin for tents. There is an open kitchen, drinkable water, an outhouse, and two stoves.

A spreadsheet with carpooling information and a place to indicate your intent to join for the cragging day will be sent after you register.

  • Lodging is $10 per person for the weekend. Dinner is $5 for Saturday night. Payable at the cabin or in advance via Venmo.

  • Registration will close at 24 participants. There will be a wait list.

  • You may cancel (preferably with 48 hours notice), but please email sendhers@amcbostonclimbers.com so we can free up your spot.

  • Host: Frannie Bui

  • Need more information? Reach out to sendhers@amcbostonclimbers.com

  • Registration is Full! If you are interested in joining the wait list please reach out to sendhers@amcbostonclimbers.com

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July Open Cabin Weekend
Jul
26
to Jul 28

July Open Cabin Weekend

Join AMC Boston Climbers for a weekend at the Harvard Low Cabin. All are welcome to come climb, hike, bike or just hang out. The weekend is HALF PRICE and is $10 per person for the whole weekend, payable at the cabin. You can come Fri and/or Sat night, sleep inside/outside/in a tree. No official pairing up, organized group meals or activities. Registration is now open!

The Harvard Low Cabin is a historic and rustic cabin located on Route 16 at Mile Marker 93.4 in Jackson, New Hampshire.  Park at the pullouts on either side of the road and walk up the hill on the east side of the road about 100 ft.  Guests will need to bring sleeping pad and sleeping bag as everyone shares the floor to sleep in the cabin's large loft space. There is an open kitchen, drinkable water, an outhouse, and two stoves to heat the downstairs.

  • Lodging is $10 per person for the weekend

  • You may cancel (preferrably with 24 hours notice), but please email the host so we can free up your spot

  • Host Ron Birk

  • Registration with the link below!

Reach out to opencabin@amcbostonclimbers.com with any qustions.

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Jul
25
7:00 PM19:00

AMC Gym Night at Central Rock Gym

A reminder that a gym night will be happening on Thursday, July 25th, 7pm at Central Rock Gym in Watertown. Look for Lorenzo and Heidi in Rock Program t-shirts when you arrive to be matched up with a partner. Come out for a fun night of climbing and a chance to reconnect with the AMC community!

If you’re not a Central Rock Gym member, you might be able to get a guest pass from another member of the community. Check Facebook or your email for more details.

Happy climbing!

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Jun
27
7:00 PM19:00

AMC Gym Night at Brooklyn Boulders

A reminder that a gym night will be happening on Thursday, June 27th, 7pm at Brooklyn Boulders in Somerville. Look for Lorenzo and Heidi in Rock Program t-shirts when you arrive to be matched up with a partner. Come out for a fun night of climbing and a chance to reconnect with the AMC community!

If you’re not a Central Rock Gym member, you might be able to get a guest pass from another member of the community. Check Facebook or your email for more details.

Happy climbing!

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Jun
15
9:00 AM09:00

SendHer's Cragging Day

The SendHers are planning a cragging day for June 15th at either Rumney or Farely! Rain date is June 16th.

Need more information? Reach out to sendhers@amcbostonclimbers.com. Logistics and details will be sent to those who have registered on Monday, June 10. Call on rain day contingency will occur on Friday, June 14 at 9AM.

Registration is currently full. If you would like to be put on the wait list, please email sendhers@amcbostonclimbers.com.

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Jun
8
6:00 PM18:00

AAC NH Chapter BBQ

It’s time for the American Alpine Club New Hampshire Chapters’s annual Summer BBQ.  Come on by and mingle with old acquaintances and make new friends.

  • When: Saturday June 8,2019

  • Time: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

  • Where: Base of Cathedral Ledge at the Picnic Area just opposite the kiosk

As always it’s BYOB and a grille item.  We’ll provide the grille and side salads.   See you there!

Find more details here https://americanalpineclub.org/local-calendar/newhampspringbbq


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Jun
8
8:30 AM08:30

Advanced Rope Skills with Marc Chauvin

One  Day Advanced Skills based on the techniques found in Falcon Guides New Book

The Mountain Guide Manual with author Marc Chauvin

Join Marc for a 1 day clinic on new and advanced rope systems for climbers. This clinic focuses on efficient rope managing skills.  Are you finding that your rope skills are slowing you down? Are problems like switching leaders in a party of three causing tangles and taking far too long?  Are transitions to rappelling in parties of three causing confusion and seem too tedious? Marc has taught guides through the AMGA program how to deal with these situations and has adapted guiding techniques to help climbers be more efficient.

These skills also will help you be more efficient and do a better job of risk management if you climb with less skilled folks. If you lead club trips or climb with your family and you’re the go to leader of the party these techniques will aid you in your responsibility and help you protect yourself better as well. This is a great clinic to take before or after learning self-rescue and will give you insight on how well trained guides are able to move their parties so well.  

  • Cost: The class is $75.00, Inclusive of guide’s gratuity. Once paid this is non-refundable

  • When: Saturday June 8th and Sunday June 9th 8:30am - 4:30pm

  • Where: Quincy Quarries

  • Registration: Closed

If you have questions please reach out to trainings@amcbostonclimbers.com

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Jun
6
7:30 PM19:30

June Climber's Night

From September through June, we hold a climbers night on a Thursday each month. It's an opportunity to socialize with other climbers in the AMC community, plan a trip, or tell of your latest climbing exploits!

This climber's night host is Tom and Haydie Callaghan.

Subscribe to our email list or contact climbersnight@amcbostonclimbers.com to receive updates and directions.

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May
31
to Jun 2

Rumney Weekend

Come clip bolts with us for a weekend at one of the premier sport climbing destinations in the country: Rumney Rocks in New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest. There’s something for everyone, with hundreds of routes ranging from 5.0 all the way up to an intimidating 5.15a. There are also trad climbing opportunities nearby in case sport climbing isn’t your thing, including Kinsman Notch, Echo Crag, and the closest thing New England has to Big Wall climbing: Cannon Cliff.

There will be a potluck BBQ starting at 6:30pm in the barn on Saturday evening. You can buy food at the Hannaford or WalMart in Plymouth on the day of so you don’t have to worry about refrigeration. All other meals will be your responsibility.

Suggestions for Potluck items: last names starting with:

  • A-H: Dessert or beverage

  • I-P: Munchies or salad

  • Q-Z: Something to grill (plus rolls /buns to accompany)

A Grill will be available. We provide plates, utensils, napkins, cups, condiments, and trash bags.

Getting to Rumney

The parking areas are on Buffalo Road, west of Rumney Village. To get there:

  • Take I-93 to exit 26, this will put you on Route 25/Tenney Mountain Highway heading west.

  • Follow Route 25 for about 8 miles until you see a blinking yellow light over the road (this is your warning that the turn is coming soon).

  • Proceed a little past that first blinking yellow light and you’ll see signs for various Rumney related things (church, animal hospital, historic district) with arrows pointing to the right.

  • Turn right at the 2nd blinking yellow light onto Main Street.

  • About 3/4 of a mile up you’ll come to a 4 way intersection at Rumney Village. Take a left onto Buffalo Road.

  • About a mile down the road on the right you’ll see the “Rumney Rocks Climbing Area” sign. This is the place.

Parking

Anyone camping with us can park at the campground for free, which is across the street from Rumney’s main parking lot. For those making their own arrangements, there are three parking lots at Rumney Rocks: one at the Rumney Rocks sign (the Main Lot), on a little further down (the Small Lot), and a new one waaaaay far down (the Final Frontier lot). The Main Lot and Small Lot cost $5 per day, bring a pen to fill out the payment slip and cash; payment is via an unattended strongbox so you can’t get change. The Final Frontier lot is free (for now).

If you have a WMNF annual pass or one of the nationwide “Interagency” annual passes you can put it on your dash in lieu of paying for parking. All the REI stores in the Boston area should sell both the WMNF ($20) and Interagency ($80) annual passes. The Interagency pass is worth it if you plan on doing a bunch of climbing trips to National Forests and National Parks over the next year (e.g. the AMC trip to Acadia where the park entrance fee is $25). This pass does not work for any state parks, just federal.

The parking lots can fill up on weekends so plan on an early start. If the parking lots are full DO NOT PARK ON THE ROAD. This will result in angry locals, tickets, and/or towing. There is a day lot at Rattlesnake Campground that charges $5 to park. WMNF and Interagency passes do not work at the AAC campground.

Climbing

There are hundreds of routes at Rumney ranging from 5.0 to 5.15a (good luck with that one, tough gal/guy!)

We won’t be matching up leaders with seconds. However, we see this trip as an opportunity to continue the mentoring of the new seconds in our community, and so we would encourage leaders on this trip to take a new second out climbing with them at least one day of the weekend. The trip spreadsheet will have a column where leaders can indicate which day(s) they’d be willing to take a new second with them. New seconds, it is your responsibility to be proactive about contacting available leaders.

The local ethic is for the first climber up a route to attach their own personal gear to the anchors and lower or toprope on their gear. The last climber on a route can move the rope to the fixed anchor, clean personal gear off the anchor, and then lower off of the fixed anchor. Do not top rope on the fixed anchor or lower off of it repeatedly and unnecessarily.

Certain areas at Rumney will be closed for endangered ferns and nesting falcons. These closures will be posted on the bulletin board in the parking lot.

The most current guidebook is the 2017 edition of Rumney, by Ward Smith, available at http://www.rumneyclimbing.com for $35.00.

Gear

You should have all your personal climbing gear: shoes, harness, helmet, chalk bag (optional), belay device, double-length sling, and two locking carabiners.

There are a few trad routes at Rumney but it is mostly sport so bring your ropes, quickdraws, and clip sticks if you’ve got them.

If you don’t bring bug spray, you’re gonna have a bad time.

Shameless Plugs

New Hampshire’s Search and Rescue teams (the people who will be carrying you out if you get injured at Rumney or anywhere else in the White Mountains) also need your help! Search and Rescue efforts in NH have historically been funded from fees on the sale of boat, snowmobile, and ATV registrations but lost and injured hikers and climbers, who don’t pay any of those fees, account for 60% of the Search and Rescue missions in the state. As a result the New Hampshire Search and Rescue Fund had been operating at a deficit and the state now seeks reimbursement for rescue efforts from hikers and climbers if it is determined that they acted negligently. You can buy a $25 Hike Safe card, good for the rest of the year, that eliminates your liability for Search and Rescue reimbursement and the proceeds from the sale of the cards go into the Search and Rescue Fund so we can continue helping lost and injured hikers and climbers. See here for more information on search and rescue in the White Mountains.

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May
30
7:00 PM19:00

AMC Gym Night at Metro Rock Gym

A reminder that a gym night will be happening on Thursday, May 30th, 7pm at Metro Rock Gym in Everett. Look for Lorenzo and Heidi in Rock Program t-shirts when you arrive to be matched up with a partner. Come out for a fun night of climbing and a chance to reconnect with the AMC community!

If you’re not a Metro Rock Gym member, you might be able to get a guest pass from another member of the community. Check Facebook or your email for more details.

Happy climbing!

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May
24
to May 27

Memorial Day Weekend at Acadia National Park

We are back at Acadia for Memorial Day weekend 2019! There's lots of great top-rope climbing at the spectacular sea cliffs (Otter Cliffs and Great Head) and trad climbing at the Precipice and South Bubble. There is also plenty of other things to do like hiking, going to the beach, walking and biking on the carriage roads, lobster, and much more!

The cost for the weekend is $26. This includes the cost of the campsite, firewood and food for a cookout on Saturday evening. Participants should help out with the cookout if they can.  In addition you need to make your own arrangements for climbing, hiking and other activities. 

We will organized a day of climb at Otter cliff for Climbers who have taken the Boston AMC rock program class course  (or equivalent).  You are responsible for arranging your own climbing partners and bringing all of your own equipment to set up top rope (trad gear is required to set up some top rope routes).  

If you are not yet part of the AMC Boston Climbers community we would love to get to know you but realize that most people are not comfortable jumping on a rope with someone they just met so come with a partner, one of you must be able to lead, and you must bring all of your own equipment (harness, helmet, shoes, rope, and draws plus camping gear if staying overnight).

Some more information can be found here in the overview document. Please fill out the form below to register and get the payment PayPal link. Contact trip organizer, Sue Lin, at acadia@amcbostonclimbers.com with any questions.

Please note that everyone will be required to sign the AMC liability waiver.

Registration closes at 12pm on Thursday May 23rd.

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May
17
to May 19

New Seconds Weekend

An amazing weekend of multi-pitch trad climbing at the Shawangunks (a.k.a. "The Gunks") in the Mohonk Preserve, near New Paltz, NY, open by invitation to graduates of the Rock Program.  The Gunks are a major east coast climbing destination and have a storied history dating back to the 1930's.

Click here for more details and the registration form

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May
11
8:30 AM08:30

Crow Hill Climbing & Potluck BBQ

To celebrate the conclusion of the Rock Climbing Program, we have traditionally held a casual day of climbing and socializing with a potluck BBQ at Crow Hill. 

Crow Hill is in the Leominster State Forest in Leominster, MA, about 1 hour west of Boston, and features many single-pitch trad climbs and toproping.

More information about the event can be found HERE.

To help with parking there is a Carpooling Spreadsheet HERE.

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May
8
7:30 PM19:30

Slaydies' Injury Prevention Session

Wanna get buff without blowing out your bicep tendon? Girl Fit Physical Therapy, in collaboration with the Slaydies, is hosting an injury prevention clinic specifically designed for climbers. Girl Fit Physical Therapy specializes in the unique needs of women but the techniques taught will be beneficial to everyone. Bring a mat to Central Rock Gym Watertown's Yoga space, which is across the street from the climbing gym. The event is free and open to participants and volunteers of the AMC Rock Program.  

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May
2
7:30 PM19:30

May Climber's Night

From September through June, we hold a climbers night on a Thursday each month. It's an opportunity to socialize with other climbers in the AMC community, plan a trip, or tell of your latest climbing exploits!

This climber's night host is Wes Huang.

Subscribe to our email list or contact climbersnight@amcbostonclimbers.com to receive updates and directions.

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Apr
25
7:00 PM19:00

AMC Gym Night at Central Rock Gym

A reminder that a gym night will be happening on Thursday, April 25th, 7pm at Central Rock Gym in Watertown. Look for Lorenzo and Heidi in Rock Program t-shirts when you arrive to be matched up with a partner. Come out for a fun night of climbing and a chance to reconnect with the AMC community!

If you’re not a Central Rock Gym member, you might be able to get a guest pass from another member of the community. Check Facebook or your email for more details.

Happy climbing!

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Apr
16
7:00 PM19:00

AMC Gym Night at Metro Rock

A reminder that a gym night will be happening on Tuesday, April 16th, 7pm at MetroRock in Everett. Look for David G. and Joyelle W. in Rock Program t-shirts when you arrive to be matched up with a partner. Come out for a fun night of climbing and a chance to reconnect with the AMC community!

If you’re not a MetroRock member, you might be able to get a guest pass from another member of the community. Check Facebook or your email for more details.

Happy climbing!

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Apr
10
7:00 PM19:00

AMC Gym Night at Brooklyn Boulders

A reminder that a gym night will be happening on Wednesday, April 10th, 7pm at Brooklyn Boulders in Somerville. Look for Mark J. and Steve K. in Rock Program t-shirts when you arrive to be matched up with a partner. Come out for a fun night of climbing and a chance to reconnect with the AMC community!

If you’re not a Brooklyn Boulders member, you might be able to get a guest pass from another member of the community. Check Facebook or your email for more details.

Happy climbing!

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Apr
4
7:30 PM19:30

April Climber's Night

From September through June, we hold a climbers night on a Thursday each month. It's an opportunity to socialize with other climbers in the AMC community, plan a trip, or tell of your latest climbing exploits!

This climber's night host is Paul Dale.

Subscribe to our email list or contact climbersnight@amcbostonclimbers.com to receive updates and directions.

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Mar
28
7:00 PM19:00

AMC Climbing Night at Brooklyn Boulders

A reminder that a gym night will be happening on Thursday, March 28th, 7pm at Brooklyn Boulders in Somerville. Look for Kumi and Heidi in Rock Program t-shirts when you arrive to be matched up with a partner. Come out for a fun night of climbing and a chance to reconnect with the AMC community!

If you’re not a Brooklyn Boulders member, you might be able to get a guest pass from another member of the community. Check Facebook or your email for more details.

Happy climbing!

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Mar
22
7:00 PM19:00

Rock Program Volunteers Kickoff Party

It’s time to kickoff the Rock Program! If you’re a returning assistant or instructor, or would like to become an assistant, please join us for the kickoff party. Frannie and Steve have graciously offered to host at their place in Somerville.

We will welcome old friends, introduce this year’s program, and discuss changes to the curriculum and the program itself. Plus everyone’s favorite - assembling the student packets!

Some food and drink will be provided, but please bring something to share as well!

For more details, contact rock@amcbostonclimbers.com.

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Open Cabin Weekend
Mar
8
to Mar 10

Open Cabin Weekend

Join AMC Boston Climbers for a weekend at the Harvard Low Cabin. All are welcome to come climb, hike, ski or just hang out. Chris Woodall will be trip leader and the weekend is $10 per person per night, payable at the cabin. You can come Fri and/or Sat night, sleep inside/outside/in a tree. No official pairing up, organized group meals or activities. Please register using the link below. When you've completed the registration form, you will see a link for a Google sheet that can be used to arrange car pooling and climbing (and other activities).

The Harvard Low Cabin is a historic and rustic cabin located on Route 16 at Mile Marker 93.4 in Jackson, New Hampshire.  Park at the pullouts on either side of the road and walk up the hill on the east side of the road about 100 ft.  Guests will need to bring sleeping pad and sleeping bag as everyone shares the floor to sleep in the cabin's large loft space. There is an open kitchen, drinkable water, an outhouse, and two stoves to heat the downstairs.

  • Lodging is $10 per person, per night

  • You may cancel (preferrably with 24 hours notice), but please email the host so we can free up your spot

  • Host Chris Woodall

  • Registration is Open

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Feb
28
7:00 PM19:00

AMC Climbing Night at CRG Watertown

A reminder that a gym night will be happening on Thursday, February 28th, 7pm at Central Rock Gym in Watertown. Look for Lorenzo and Heidi in Rock Program t-shirts when you arrive to be matched up with a partner. Come out for a fun night of climbing and a chance to reconnect with the AMC community!

If you’re not a Central Rock Gym member, you might be able to get a guest pass from another member of the community. Check Facebook or your email for more details.

Happy climbing!

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Open Cabin Weekend - Slaydies  (and Gentlemen)
Feb
22
to Feb 24

Open Cabin Weekend - Slaydies (and Gentlemen)

CALLING ALL SLAYDIES!!

THE CABIN IS FULL!!

Join AMC Boston Climbers for a slaydies weekend at the Harvard Low Cabin. All (including gentlemen) are welcome to come climb, hike, ski or just hang out, and there will be organized top roping and a communal dinner for slaydies on Saturday (gentleman are welcome to join for dinner but should make their own climbing plans). Alexa Rosenbloom will be trip leader and the weekend is $10 per person per night, payable at the cabin. You can come Fri and/or Sat night, sleep inside/outside/in a tree or just join for toproping and/or dinner.

Please register (for sleeping, toproping, and/or dinner) using the link below. When you've completed the registration form, you will see a link for a Google sheet that can be used to arrange car pooling and other activities.

Details still to be determined on the dinner, but if anyone is interested in cooking or organizing the communal meal, please email Alexa Rosenbloom. (We'd love some gentlemen-allies willing to pitch in if anyone is willing.)

The Harvard Low Cabin is a historic and rustic cabin located on Route 16 at Mile Marker 93.4 in Jackson, New Hampshire.  Park at the pullouts on either side of the road and walk up the hill on the east side of the road about 100 ft.  Guests will need to bring sleeping pad and sleeping bag as everyone shares the floor to sleep in the cabin's large loft space. There is an open kitchen, drinkable water, an outhouse, and two stoves to heat the downstairs.

  • Lodging is $10 per person, per night

  • Dinner is TBD but will be cheap

  • Toproping details still TBD

  • You may cancel (preferrably with 24 hours notice), but please email the host so we can free up your spot

  • Host Alexa and Cailigh

  • Registration Open! - NOTE: The cabin is full so anyone who signs up after 2/18/19 will be put on the waitlist.

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