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|Submitted By:||Euan Cameron on Oct 16, 2007 with updates from Gaz Leah|
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By Ken H
From: Granite, UT
Jun 29, 2011
|Checkout beta-boy.com/nycboulderingguid... for more info and pictures of route lines.|
By Spider Savage
Oct 15, 2012
|The rock in Central Park is a very nice gneiss. If you are visiting NYC Central Park is a great place to hike and boulder. Wear a good pair of sticky rubber approach shoes while walking Central Park and take advantage of many small 2-3 move bolder problems all over the park.|
By Nicolas Falacci
From: Pasadena, CA
Oct 8, 2015
Hey, just popping in to say that I have been slowly updating finishing the online version of this guide -- started back in 1988. I'm also updating and including new photos. Still not entirely finished, but what is there is there.
My intention is to complete the guide with the areas it originally covered (Central Park, Ft Tryon, Inwood, Riverside Park) ... and leave the rest to Gaz Leah's great new guide that does a excellent job documenting all the newer areas that've been developed.
I guess my only excuse for not finishing it entirely yet is ... this is my hobby and IT'S FREE! :)
If you're tired of the super tweaky stuff on the mica schist that rips your skin off ... try some of the updated easy problems on Chess Rock.
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