Morgan Run is broken up into two main circuits, Streamside and Fisherman’s. Streamside is on the same side as the parking lot and Fisherman’s is just across the street. Navigating these are pretty straightforward since the trails for the most part follow the stream. Mainly bouldering is found here although many of the bigger boulder/formations can be top roped. Best time to go is in the Fall, Winter, and Spring. You will probably want to avoid in the Summer due to a lot of overgrowth, ticks, and the humidity/heat.
The 1st edition of the guide can be found here: Guide Link The first version of the bouldering guide is also posted in the photos section. The pages are individual pictures. To get them into one neat guide, print out the odd number pages, flip that group of pages over and print the even numbered pages. Just make sure it will go through your printer the correct way once flipped so that everything is in the correct orientation. Please post any corrections, additions, FA's, or grading suggestions to be added to the next version.
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From 695 take I-70 W Exit 16A Take Exit 80 MD-32 N/ Sykesville Rd. toward Sykesville follow for about 13 miles Turn Left at Klee Mill Rd., follow for about 1 mile parking lot will be on right at bottom of hill. If you cross the bridge you just passed it. Or From 695 take I-795 N, continue onto MD-140 W Turn left at Gamber Rd. Turn Right at Sykesville Rd. Turn Left at Klee Mill Rd., follow for about 1 mile parking lot will be on right at bottom of hill. If you cross the bridge you just passed it. Approach for Streamside is only about 5 minutes maximum for some of the further boulders, most of the boulders on the Streamside is easy access. Approach on for Fisherman's will be about a 7-10 minute hike until you reach the first boulders.
Start same Small Change. Traverse across the front face through some core intensive moves and work around the right arete to the back face and traverse up and right to a nice easy step off. The frist half gets you pumped so keep it together for the last half.www.mountainproject.com&modestbranding=1' frameborder='0'>...[more]Browse More Classics in MD