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DescriptionHigh quality moderates and super hard problems are abundant in the woods.
Things that aren't abundant in the woods: Crowds...
You will know that you have made it when you cross a small stone wall and see the trail split left and right. To your left will be the Hero Block, straight ahead/right leads to many problems but at the end is the warm-up area, the scoop area and General Lee V2. If go straight and then take a right you will be on your way down to the Swirley Boulder area.
Farthest away from the entrance you will find the Warm-up Boulders, a collection of boulders with 6 or so V0ish problems and a few V2s and even a few V6s. Most climbers start their day here, and then go their separate ways around the circle trail that goes through the woods and passes the majority of the boulders.
Getting ThereRt. 156 to Deerfield Rd. go 1.95 miles make a left a boat ramp sign, park in lot. cross bridge and take immediate right then take your first left at the peak of the first (very)short hill, enjoy! (5min approach)
You will then arrive at a junction. Go left to the Hero block. Go right to Warm-up Area and the Swirley Boulder.
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