Cliff Trail Boulders Climbing
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Access Issue: Tic Marks on Cliff Trail Boulders Details
PLEASE CLEAN YOUR CHALK AND TIC MARKS AFTER CLIMBING ON THE BOULDERS. The Cliff Trail Boulders are along the trail used by many visitors to the park, and marks are easily noticed by all who pass by. Unsightly marks and failure to clean up marks on the boulders may result in decreased access to these resources by park superintendents. Thank you for being clean and courteous to all guests of Cunningham Falls State Park.
The Cliff Trail is a steeper and longer trail to Cunningham Falls from the Hunting Creek Lake. Numerous developed and undeveloped problems exist along the trail.
Start at the Cunningham Falls parking area, near Hunting Creek Lake (near the Houck Area) and follow the upper (Cliff) trail. Follow the Cliff Trail (Yellow Blazes) a few hundred feet up to large clearing with several prominent large boulders. The first boulder you come to is the Flying Squirrel Boulder. There is a blaze on this boulder, it sits on the right of the trail as you walk up from the parking lot.
Classic Climbing Routes at Cliff Trail Boulders
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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