Lynn Woods – Not as Protected as You Think In 2015, the City of Lynn City Council and the Board of Water & Sewer Commissioners voted to move ahead with a conservation restriction to permanently preserve all of Lynn Woods. The Dept. of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), and Greenbelt (Essex County’s Land Trust), have … Continue reading Lynn Woods Conservation Restriction
"Please understand that climbing areas will still be there once this crisis passes. The best way to return to normal in the shortest period of time is for all of us to do everything we can to stop the spread of the virus as quickly as possible. In many cases, that will mean that we … Continue reading COVID-19 Resources for Climbers
SEE THE FIRST PAGES OF LAST YEAR'S GUIDEBOOK HERE: SNEAK PEAK AT COMP GUIDEBOOK.pdf For women and men competition categories, we have tiers for BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE, and ADVANCED. If you haven't signed up to compete yet, REGISTER HERE for our first big fundraiser on Saturday, Nov 9th (we have rain dates for Nov. 10th or … Continue reading Lynn Woods Boulder Bash 2019! Updated Comp Info, Directions, and Rules!
Save the date for Saturday, Nov. 9th! (We’re excited to bring back this competition for its second year and we’re well underway setting up another great comp for the community! Last year we had nearly 50 competitors and gave out more than $5000 in prizes, so mark your calendars and keep an eye out for more … Continue reading Lynn Woods Boulder Bash 2019! Save the Date!
Join SNECC for a tour of some of the best climbs in Lynn Woods! Our volunteers are planning a lineup of "crag tours," to inspire you to get out and explore a new climbing area. Keep an eye out for more tours of nearby top rope, trad, and bouldering areas. If you've never climbed in … Continue reading Crag Tour: First Stop, Lynn Woods