Friendship Boulders Climbing
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DescriptionThis gets a ton of sun in the afternoons and evenings, but the rocks stay pretty cool throughout the whole day. There are tons of pine trees and really cool rock formations here, even if you those that have no climbs on them. There are cabins situated pretty close to the boulders, particularly Friendship and Fellowship, so be courteous please. The rock is all granite, is still super sharp, and is not greased up at all. The falls aren't good on a few of the boulders, so bring at least 3 pads if you're planning on climbing on them.
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On YMCA Property, access is questionable if not an employee or accompanied by one. Details
Since these boulders are on the property of the YMCA, you are for sure allowed to climb here if you are with an employee of the Y or you work at the Y. If you are not, please be respectful of the area, no drinking or smoking on property, and don't disturb any of the cabins or properties.
Classic Climbing Routes at Friendship Boulders
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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