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State Game Lands 12 & 36

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Sunfish Pond-Main Area 
Sunfish Pond-Southside 

State Game Lands 12 & 36 Rock Climbing 

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Submitted By: brianharrington on Sep 3, 2013
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Many small and large sandstone bouldering areas situated on this plateau on State Game Lands 12 & 36. There are about 300+ boulder problems on this small area. Approach times are from 5mins to 30mins. Problems from easy to double digit test pieces.

Getting There 

Leroy, PA

It would be an huge amount of duplicate work to list the problems here so for more beta to the areas and problems download the PA Bouldering App from the app store.

More beta, videos, directions can be found here for non iphone/ipad users.

Climbing Season

For the North Central area.

Weather station 3.8 miles from here

9 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',5],['2 Stars',2],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]

Featured Route For State Game Lands 12 & 36
Rock Climbing Photo: Right before the crux on Word is Bond V4

Word is Bond V4 6B  PA : North Central : ... : Sunfish Pond-Main Area
Start with your hands matched on the horizontal move out from the roof with an under cling, a jug, a crimp, and then a big move to the ledge. Heel hook it and pull up on some crimps....[more]   Browse More Classics in PA

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By Kyle O 13
Apr 20, 2014
Does anyone know if the bouldering app for this area still exists? I tried to download it off pa bouldering as we headed down there this weekend, but it didn't show up I the App Store.
By brianharrington
From: Boulder, Colorado
Apr 22, 2014
Hi Kyle.
Unfortunately the app was removed because I no longer have a iOS Developer Account. This is $100/yr and since I no longer live in the area, it didnt seem feasible to spend the money to support the app (it was free). Hope you understand.

Currently I am working on transfering the app to the site, so it will reside there as a webapp (network connection needed) which makes the appeal of an native app a little better but it is the best I can do right now. If people drum up enough interested I will continue to support the app.

So people! If you want to see the app come back to the Apple App Store, say so here.

The address for the online app will be found here @

thanks for the support.


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