On a trout fishing trip today to Quebec Run Wild Area, in Fayette County, PA, I happened to hike up the one trail and stumble upon a cliff line of epic proportions (for Pennsylvania). Between a half and a quarter mile long, and ranging from 8 to 50 feet in height, with dozens of boulders scattered below, this place is a masterpiece, with a catch: an hour and a half hike in and rhododendron so thick that you can't see most of the rocks until you're within 20 feet of them. However, it's a small price to pay. With potential for trad, sport, and bouldering, this place is special, to say the least. About a dozen pure crack lines, one free standing 50 foot block, and dozens of aesthetically pleasing boulders are the hallmarks of this untouched cliff. Please contact me if you're interested in developing the area.