North Conway, New Hampshire is the hot bed for ice climbing in New England. Classics like the Black Dike, Repentance and Dracula pull in climbers during New Hampshire’s long winters. Crawford Notch, commonly known as Frankenstein, is home to dozens of steep route such as Standard Right and Drop Line that were the standard back in the late 60’s and early 70’s, but still remain difficult test pieces.

In this video, created by Outdoor Research and Duct Tape Then Beer, the beauty of ice-climbing in New Hampshire is on full display.