Nick Brehm Flashing Spatenweiss 11c @ Bubba City B...
This area is on the North side of the Gorge and the farthest downstream that has been developed. The bottom of the cliff is shady with the top usually in the sun. many climbs are here, Trad, sport, mixed and many very easy bolted climbs like you won't find anywhere else in the New. The worst crag at the New, due to the over-bolting and mostly chossy rock.
From 19 Take Ames Heights road west there are a few different parking areas, two main ones, but they aare both about 1-2 miles from 19.
Weather station 2.3 miles from here
139 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',9],['3 Stars',54],['2 Stars',55],['1 Star',16],['Bomb',3]
Classic Climbing Routes in Bubba City
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Fired for Sandbagging 5.12a 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a West Virginia
: The New River Gorge
: ... : Bubba Buttress
The opening moves are the technical crux. Small crimps to reach an overhang. The overhang section is more of a sequential crux. If you pick the right holds quickly enough, you get a nice rest immediately after the moves. From here, follow a flake system to the left and then straight up to the finish. The last part is significantly easier than the rest, unless you opt for the harder variation (Harmonic Jello, 12c) that heads right. This might be a good project for someone breaking into the ...[more] Browse More Classics in West Virginia
Sam Todzia pulling one of the fun yet moderate mov...
Feb 17, 2016
Given that the various walls are sorted alphabetically rather than E to W or vice versa and can not be ordered that way (as best I can tell) and the map does not show the individual walls, it would be super helpful if somewhere on this page you could fill the reader in on the order of the walls. Additionally, the directions to the walls are widely inconsistent and based on locations of walls that are not given anywhere else (ex. East of one wall and west of another). Assuming one doesn't have the book I cannot see how it is possible to determine the layout of the various walls from what you have provided here. Please feel free to correct me if I am wrong.
By Jake Jones
From: Richmond, VA
Feb 25, 2016
You're not wrong Zach. I think numbering walls to sort isn't the best option. I've suggested a sorting option for sub areas within larger areas to allow for L to R and R to L just like routes within a sub area.
For now though, I have fixed the Bubba City map and accurately marked each sub area (wall) in the correct location on the map. I also sent you a PM. Hope this helps.