Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing

The Rock Climbing program at the BOC focuses mainly on introducing students to the climbing opportunities within driving distance from campus.  We primarily climb in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and Clifton Crags in Maine, both of which offer world class climbing on a variety of rock types.  Trips are typically small, and are tailored to the group's goals and ability levels. Climbing trips are typically day long excursions spent top rope climbing and working on our strength, skills, and technique.  There are also lots of opportunities to learn the technical skills needed to climb safely, such as anchor building and top rope site management.

Rock ClimbingFall is the best climbing season in Maine, with beautiful sunny and dry weather, and gorgeous colors as the leaves shift and begin to drop.  We run climbing trips on as many weekends as possible before the weather gets too cold. 

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