Bilger's Rocks, in western PA, is owned and maintained by a local association. It's a "rock city" of Pennsylvania age sandstone, with many bouldering and easy to set top-rope climbs of 30-40 ft. The rock is clean and solid. There are no established sport routes; there is only one old bolt anchor on one northern rock face. It is mostly shaded, with camping, concessions, and rest rooms available on the property, adjacent to the rock areas.
The Bilger's Rocks Association website: bilgersrocks.com/
Take route 219 North through Grampian, PA. Approx 2 miles out of town, turn right at sign. Continue 1 mile to parking area on left. Short walk to climbing area.
By The Stoned Master
Jul 3, 2014
If you are in the area this place is really cool to explore. Narrow paths in-between formations (stone maze'esque), caves, funky and fun stone that is less-than-vertical, vertical and overhanging. Plenty to play on including a few easy cracks.
Worth it if you're already in the area.