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By Doug S
Jun 6, 2014
Edge of Time <br />
I hiked around the area and found some nice cliffs of varying rock quality. To my surprise, there are some bolts. Anyone have any beta?

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By The Stoned Master
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From Pennsylvania
Jun 10, 2014
Day Lily.
I dont know about those bolts/routes. Did you ask Jim Bowers?

I just wanted to say I love your adventurous ways Doug! Keep hunting for new/more rock!

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By Doug S
Jun 10, 2014
Edge of Time <br />
There's a guide service out of State College that takes clients there so it might be their stuff. New stainless bolts, painted. It doesn't look like Jim's. I found 2 sport and 2 TR routes, but there's a lot more rock there along the river I haven't looked at. It's a great spot, on game lands. PM me if you want to check it out. Keep on gettin it, man.

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By Alex Hilshey
From Hollidaysburg, PA
Jun 12, 2014
Josh Helke has been putting in sport lines. Maybe they're his?

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By Kenny Clark
From State College, PA
Jun 12, 2014
Yep, Josh and Mike have put up a few in the past couple years. Josh is informally calling it the Parenthood crag. Nothing really hard -- mostly 5.7-5.9, with a 5.10 thrown in. There is one 5.11d. This information is all based on what I've heard from Josh -- get in touch with him for more information.

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By Doug S
Jun 12, 2014
Edge of Time <br />
Thanks! Do either of you have contact info?

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By Alex Hilshey
From Hollidaysburg, PA
Jun 12, 2014
Google Organic crashpads. That's him.

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