Want to camp in GHSP and have your own cluster of boulders behind your tent? Here is all the information you need to know to make it happen. Not the best bouldering in the park, but pretty nice to stroll down to with a fresh cup of coffee and warm up on for the days projects.
These boulders are scattered in a line across the lower hillside and are down below the campsites directly, so even if your not in one of the "good sites" for bouldering and want to check the bouldering out, just walk around or make friends with a fellow camper.
These boulders aren't the best in the park, but they are right in the campsite, and they do have a few really fun problems.
Most of these climbs were done on the day of the "Supermoon" on March 19th 2011, although efforts to clean them spanned over a couple of weeks prior. At the Moon Wall slab face, start at the bulbous start of "Moonlight" and traverse low across 15-20 feet of slab to the bomber big ledge at the start to "Full Moon" at the 3rd diagonal. Climb up 15 more feet and finish Dark Side. ...[more]Browse More Classics in VA