Maine is covered in granite, yet has so few rock climbers.  The result is uncrowded crags.  We are very lucky. From Otter Cliffs, one of the few sea cliffs in the United States, to serious overhangs at Shagg Cragg, we have it all. 

Remote climbs in Baxter State Park, a great mix of climbing at Clifton, and ungrounded rock faces in Camden round out the most obvious offerings.