Potash Cliff Rock Climbing
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DescriptionThis relatively small cliff offers a variety of good quality climbing, with both sport and trad routes. It is mostly south-facing, so gets daytime sun. However, there is plenty of tree shade and decent belay areas.
The rock is some variety of granite, with positive holds or cracks.
Getting ThereFrom I-87, take exit 21, toward Lake Luzerne. Continue on 9N for about six miles, then turn right on Potash Road (just by Harris Grocery). Continue up Potash until you see the powerlines heading up a hill to the right. There is a climber's parking area on the right a short distance after you cross under the powerlines. Look for the "Narrow Bridge" sign, and turn right into a driveway that leads up to the climber's parking area.
From the parking area, walk uphill, trending right (there is a fairly distinct trail), until you cross under the powerlines and into the woods on the other side. Continue to follow the trail, and you will be at the crag in about 20 minutes.
Classic Climbing Routes at Potash Cliff
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