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Susquehanna River, Muddy Run

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Susquehanna River, Muddy Run  

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Submitted By: tony herr on Apr 23, 2010
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Great deep-water soloing! Very secluded. Schist or Limestone Water Washed. Good to great quality.

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Susquehanna River, Muddy Run, Pennsylvania.  Deep water soloing.  50 feet of overhanging water-worn schist or limestone.
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By Chris Wright
Jun 2, 2011

Where is this place, exactly?

By LauraLee
From: Baltimore, MD
Jun 4, 2012

Help!!! Where is this?!?! We've spent hours driving around, asking locals, even asking people who kayaked by us as we were exploring...... Please give more directions!

By sevans
Oct 11, 2013

Off of route 372. Heading westbound turn left just after you cross the river (River Rd maybe?). Go a mile or so down this road to the boat launch. The islands with the rock are right across the river.