Rumney Rocks, located between Rumney village and West Rumney, is a rock climbing destination renowned for its sport climbing routes. Climbers from all over visit and climb this location. The majority of the climbing is found on the numerous small cliff faces on the south face of Rattlesnake Mountain, much of which lies within the white Mountain National Forest. These cliffs are mostly made of schist, with some being granite, and vary from long smooth slabs to wildly overhung roofs and aretes. They range in height, with most falling between 40 feet (12 m) and 90 feet (27 m), but a few reach over 300 feet (91 m).

Most climbs are well bolted, with a few requiring additional protection. The climbs range from 5.0 to 5.15a, with the majority of routes falling between 5.10 and 5.12.

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