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Description [Suggest Change]
Surprisingly solid sandstone bouldering, Salt Fork State Park has tons of potential along with the few already developed areas. The rock is solid and well featured, considerably less crumbly than some other Ohio sandstone areas. Problems range in grade from VB to double digit projects, so there are climbs for all skill levels. Within a relatively short drive from cities like Columbus and Cleveland, Salt Fork offers the Ohio climber an alternative to the longer commutes to places like Coopers, the New, and SW PA.
Getting There [Suggest Change]
Make your way to Salt Fork State Park, the largest state park in Ohio. Salt Fork is 15 minutes north of Cambridge, Ohio, convinently accessible via I-70 from the East or West and I-77 from the North or South. At Cambridge, get on 22 east and follow until you see the entrance for Salt Fork state park on your left. Follow directions for individual areas from here.
Classic Climbing Routes at Salt Fork State Park
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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