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Hurricane Creek Bouldering Problems

Alabama > Hurricane Creek Park…

Description

Several cliff faces near the creek. Also large number of standing boulders.

Getting There

At the end of the paved parking lot road park near the creek and follow the trail by the creek downriver away from the main road to bouldering areas.

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Africa Boulder
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Nate Singleton working on the Africa boulder
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Trey working the traverse
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Main area behind the infamous Crack
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The infamous "Crack" amongst entering the park trail
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Wowzers!
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woah!
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Nathan Devan
Huntsville, AL
[Hide Comment] There are some worthwhile things here among the choss considering its proximity to the university. Mar 1, 2019
Nick Hester
Seattle, WA
[Hide Comment] Worth visiting if you have a pad and a good brush. Feb 2, 2020
Mike Grainger
Waterloo, ON Canada
[Hide Comment] Worth a visit, particularly if you like finding your own problems. Rock quality not the greatest - bring along a brush, scraper and hammer. 6 days ago