Rock Climbing (Fall)
The climbing program encourages students to set personal goals, both mental and physical, and create plans to accomplish them. On shorter practice days we travel to nearby Rumney Rocks, a premier sport climbing destination and one of the best venues for learning to rock climb in America. On longer days we venture to granite cliffs around the state, from single-pitch venues in Franconia Notch to multi-pitch experiences on Cathedral and Whitehorse Ledges in North Conway. On rainy days we hike any of the numerous mountains close to campus or work on technical skills in the gym.
As reported earlier this spring, campus has seen a buzz of activity as Holderness School works to complete a number of projects in advance of the 2022-23 academic year.
Nine Holderness School student-athletes committed to play competitive college athletics on Wednesday, May 4. These students represent some of the top athletic talent in New Hampshire and New England and are testaments to Holderness School’s culture of academic and athletic excellence.
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|0||John Blandford||2023||Gilford, NH|
|0||Brooke Cippoletti||2026||Darien, CT|
|0||Eli Cook||2025||Walpole, NH|
|0||Drake Dearborn||2025||Holderness, NH|
|0||Henry Hood||2024||Springfield, VA|
|0||Isabelle Johnson||2025||Gilford, NH|
|0||Clara Peschel||2026||Winchester, MA|
|0||Zachary Rosenbaum||2026||Greenwich, CT|
|0||Arthur Spitzer||2023||Telluride, CO|