The good stuff. Initially developed in the mid 90's by group of local boulderers (Andy Quillen, Ed Lyman, Jonathon Kingston, Matt Behrens, Jeremy Kane and "British Mike"), this area (and Bozoo in general) has seen waves of development after each dry spell. This area is a nice cluster of good sized boulders scattered at the cliff base. The lines here are overall more appealing than the other areas (IMO), and vary from horizontal slapfests to steep slopey technical faces. A real boulderers paradise.
Take the trail into the woods through the campsite located in the far right corner of the campground. Follow the left hand fork alongside the river. Lots of trees were Downed in the Derecho an drecent flooding make travel much harder than in the past. Take the river trail until you see two huge boulders sitting on the bank of the river across from the Lick Creek tributary to the river. From here negotiate through the maze of downed trees and head up the hill. Routes are described as left or right in reference to the alligator skin looking boulder (obvious).
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Really fun practically every hold is a pinch. Start a few feet right of the tree. Using some fancy footwork climb up the meandering slab. A couple tough moves at 2/3 height gets you to a spicy top out. Scope the top first and clean more holds!...[more] Browse More Classics in WV