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Tohickon Valley Park

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Tohickon Valley Park  


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Location: 40.43806, -75.07631 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: Justin Johnsen, The Stoned Master, Kristine Hoffman (sitewide)
Submitted By: Justin Johnsen on Feb 17, 2012
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Description 

Similar to High Rocks at Ralph Stover State Park, but fewer, shorter, dirtier routes, and a longer, tougher approach, and more complicated pro and anchor situations. A ground up lead area, almost all trad. Location of coords is approximate. One of several climbing spots referred to as the Edge.

Getting There 

A couple of miles downstream from High Rocks.

Climbing Season



Weather station 7.9 miles from here

2 Total Routes

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By Doug Wolfe
From: NJ
May 14, 2014
Do you get here from the same parking lot as stover? Don't mind the hike just don't want to run into a boat load of people after hiking a few miles...
To find out there is a parking lot right above
By Justin Johnsen
Administrator
From: Sacramento, CA
May 16, 2014
Hey D, no, I did hike from High Rocks my first time here for some arbitrary adventure! But there's no need.

Park in the big, popular paved lot, where the swimming pool access is (not the other one for the camping area of Tohickon).

Enjoy! My friends and I did our first (very short) trad leads here, hope you find it similarly memorable.

JJ