Elevation: 273 ft
GPS: 41.377, -73.161 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Justin Cohen on May 9, 2019
Admins: Morgan Patterson

Description

About five minutes into the Red Trail at Webb Mountain Park there is a big beaut of a boulder called cleverly called "Big Boulder". So far there is one established V3 route on this boulder, however there possibly several higher grade climbs to be worked out. The area is canopied, cleared, and all landings are very safe, but a crash pad or spotter is recommended. The rock is fairly rough in texture, and feels crystalized on some sections. Maybe Limestone (I'm certainly not a geologist).

Getting There

Assuming you know how to get to Webb mountain park. IF you DONT know how, go back one level to the Red Trail Webb Mountain Park Climbing for directions. Park in the second of the two parking areas. On foot, follow old fish house road for about half a mile until you can see a trail crossing from right to left across the road up a relatively steep incline with log steps. You have reached the Red Trail. On trees along each of the trails at Webb mountain, there are colored markers indicating which trail you are on. In about a 5 minute walk up the incline following the trail, you should reach a clearing, and it will be hard to miss the "Big Boulder". There is one established V3 bouldering route on the Big boulder.

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