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Elevation: 490 ft
GPS: 40.071, -76.888 Google Map · Climbing Map
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Shared By: Kyle Stapp on Sep 1, 2016
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp
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Description

A small cluster of diabase boulders offering a handful of problems in a picturesque forest. The highest boulder is about 13 ft high, and the longest is just over 20 ft long. There is a variety of problems and styles from powerful one movers up to 20 ft+ long traverses.

Getting There

Park at the Conewago Day Use area on the South side of the park. When facing the lake once parked, look left to the Visitor Center and take the trail that goes behind it. That trail turns into Oak Trail, shortly once on Oak Trail you come to the Pinchot Trail, take a left onto the Pinchot Trail and a minute or two later the boulders will be seen off to the right.

From the parking lot to the boulders it is about a 4-5 minute approach on nicely groomed trails. "Old Toboggan Run Rocks" on the map.

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