First, let's not kid ourselves, there's
not much rock taller than 6 ft. in Southern Maine. I wandered
all around York throughout my youth. I didn't do more than scramble
then, but I still remember where most of the rocks tall enough
to climb on were. I have since revisted these areas and here is
the information I was able to gather.
None of these areas are destinations of
any sort, but if you're in the area and need a climbing fix, here's
some information that may provide useful. I lost one digital camera
(and almost two) to the sea and rocks in the making of these pages.
I don't live anywhere near York anymore and only visit occasionally.
Therefore this information is as complete as it can be under those
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if you have any questions or comments.
you could be hurt, maimed, or killed attempting the stunts described in this
webiste. Jason Nelson is no way responsible for you doing stupid things as a
result of reading this informaton, nor even if it is an accident. Any person
that would even think of sueing a landowner for getting hurt on their property,
or a publisher for sharing information, deserves to rot in hell This sport is
dangerous, that's why we do it..