Avg: 3.8 from 12 votes
|Page Views:||1,037 total · 42/month|
|Shared By:||IanHall on Dec 2, 2016|
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.
It is located on the overhanging corner of the boulder that has a cut down tree behind it. Sit start as low as possible on an undercling and crimps and climb out underneath the prow until you come to the lip. Either wrestle the long sloper out and right until you can get some good jugs to top out, or stay left and throw for a good crimp on the face toping out through the slab. Two sets of beta, same grade.
Located on uphill, left corner of Jonah Boulder, directly on trail. Jonah Boulder is the largest boulder just uphill and left of Flying Squirrel