Breaks Interstate Park Rock Climbing
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Typical closure periods begin in February or March and run through July or August. Wildlife staff are monitoring the peregrine's activity.
Report peregrine sightings or encounters to Park Superintendent, Austin Bradley (firstname.lastname@example.org; 276 865-4413).
You can learn more about how to identify peregrine falcons at the Breaks’ visitor center or registration desk.
The Breaks Interstate Park offers sandstone climbing similar to that of the New River Gorge and the Obed with spectacular views.
Climbers must obtain a permit and complete a waiver to climb at Breaks, which must be renewed every calendar year.
All climbers must renew their waiver each CALENDAR YEAR. Waivers from 2019 are no longer valid. Waivers can be filled out at the park in the Lodge or Adventure Center or online here.
As a relatively new climbing area, the potential for development is vast. Developers must comply with the Breaks developer guidelines . All developers must apply for a one year development approval. The Breaks is currently offering hardware to approved developers (when in stock).Please fill out a Breaks Developer Application and wait for park approval. Once approved you will also have access to park hardware.
The Breaks offers hotel rooms, cabins, and camping. Visit breakspark.com for more information.
The Breaks also offers outstanding mountain biking, whitewater rafting, hiking, and fishing. Dogs are permitted in the park, but they must be kept on a leash at all times.
Classic Climbing Routes at Breaks Interstate Park
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