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DescriptionThere are a few quality boulders located on the beach that are very secluded. Since it is on the beach, be wary of the tidal charts as well as weather conditions which tend to be windy.
Cannot Park Without a Permit Details
You cannot park in the lot near the stairs that lead down to the boulders on the beach without a town permit. That can be purchased in town if needed. Otherwise, park away from the "No Parking" signs and be wary.
Getting ThereTake the Main Road (Route 25) through the North Fork of Long Island into East Marion. When you arrive, take Rocky Point Road north all the way to the shore. You will see a small parking lot (requiring a parking permit) with a long set of stairs that go down to the beach. The boulders are at the left corner and larger boulders exist around that corner.
Classic Climbing Routes at East Marion Boulders
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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