Left Highball Wall
-Not in Guidebook-
The climbing at mill creek is -for now- one large and extensive highball wall called the Hidden Highball Wall. The tall, vertical to slightly overhanging faces make for fun and exciting boulder climbs. The landing is flat, clean and free of obstructions. Some faces are featured and others basically blank. The holds are either ledges or crimps/crimp rails. The height ranges from the tapered far end at about 12 ft to the high points at 30.
((Bring plenty of pads))
Not in the GHSP Guide, directions/trails coming soon!
Climbing Season For the Grayson Highlands State Park area.
Weather station 6.8 miles from here
4 Total Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',2],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
Featured Route For Mill Creek
Lindley's Line V3 6A VA
: Grayson Highlands State Par...
: ... : Center Highball Wall
This problem's namesake id dedicated to the enduring memory of William Lindley: interesting, genuinely kind, intelligent, and adventurous William was an instant friend to all he met. Adventurous, committing, remote, grandiose and surrounded by the splendor of nature's beauty, I know well that William would appreciate the adventure involved in climbing this line.In the middle of the tall face, search for the low, diagonal, incut, juggy rail.Match start on the rail and work ...[more] Browse More Classics in VA
Center and left Highball Walls