Horse Trail Boulders Climbing
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Access Issue: Please refrain from scratching directions to popular problems into rocks! Details
I realize that many boulder problems are hard to find here, but all of Columbia's bouldering is on the campus of the college or in the state park. It hurts our case for access if any graffiti can be linked to climbers. Recently, I found that climbers had etched arrows into Lance's Arete pointing to Cellar Door and Dan's Cave. This can't happen here without risking closure (or as one of the faculty puts it, ";there won't be any more spongebobs on the weekends";).
The last grouping of boulders off the stage coach road before reaching the intersection of Bigler St. If you are short on time or don't want to navigate the Labrynth, this area hosts the most problems from V0 - V3.
Getting There [Edit]
From the State Park parking lot, walk 100 yards east to the dirt road and find the "Stage Coach Only" sign. Follow this dirt road for 5-10 minutes, passing the Stage Coach Boulders on your left. Another 40 yards up the road, there will be an obvious use trail on your right. Most of the boulders are along this trail.
Classic Climbing Routes at Horse Trail Boulders
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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