Camden, Maine - Barrett's Cove
Approach: From the parking lot off Mountain Street (Rt 52) in Camden, which is a large, paved pullout across the street from Lake Megunticook, take the path on the right side of the parking lot (if facing the cliff). Follow the path up to the left to get near the base. For climbs on the left side, continue left. For climbs in the middle, head up right on a climber's trail that goes straight up and left, and follow that to a ledge. For climbs on the right, take the same path that goes to the center, but head right instead of going left to the ledge.
Approach: Starts on the ledge above Harmonic Convergence (5.7+) and P1 of Charlotte's Crack (5.7). Find the right-angling crack between two rap stations that heads toward the arrete / chimney.
The Web (5.6): Climb the right-angling crack to the arrete. If the chimney is wet, then this route becomes an R-rated route due to the difficulty of accessing gear placements in the chimney. If the chimney is wet, climb the arrete to about 25 feet below the top and then fade left toward a wide pod with a crack at the top. Climb the pod (or the face to the left if the pod is wet) to the anchor above. If the chimney is dry, climb the chimney and arrete until you fade left toward the pod.
Descent: Two raps with two 60m ropes or one 70m rope will get you to the ground. A single 60m rope will leave you short on both rappels, though it will be possible to swing far to the right on the first rappel to just barely get back to the belay ledge. Otherwise, a short, easy, but possibly unnerving downclimb is required once you get to the ends of your rope.
Approach: Head up to the center section of the cliff, find the nice ledge, and find the crack on the right-side of the ledge at a medium-sized tree.
Harmonic Convergence (5.7+) - One Pitch - Trad - Bolted Anchor - 115 Feet
Approach: From the same starting ledge as Charlotte's Crack, but left about 20 feet, start at a small stump below a wide pod that is about six feet up.
Descent: A single 60m rope will leave you short of the ground by about 10 feet. A short, easy, but possibly unnerving downclimb is required once you get to the ends of your rope.
White Streak (5.9 R) - One Pitch - Trad - Bolted Anchor - 180 feet
White Streak (5.9 R): From the right of the belay tree, start in broken rock directly below a groove and across from a large tree. Climb straight up past two bolts (midway up) with long runouts if you're not paying attention to gear along the way (if you don't know where you're going then this route can get tricky). Run out sections are easier than 5.9. The crux is near the top and is well-protected by a horizontal crack.
Descent: Rap with two 60m ropes to the large ledge.