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Kiedaisch Point Rock Climbing 


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BETA PHOTO: trail head sign on state route 7

Description 

Shaded hillside. Easy access(1/4 to 1/2 mile hike). Sandstone rock. Hand full of people use the routes regularly. Enough room to spread out and not be too crowded.

Getting There 

Access trail is 1 1/3 miles north of the Hannibal/ New Martinsville bridge that crosses the Ohio river. Traveling north from the bridge on State route 7 you will come to a place where a hollow begins at route 7 and the hillside parts. There is a gravel driveway that proceeds up the hollow with a chain across the entrance. Just to the right of the chain is the trail head for Kiedaisch rock climbing. There is a wooden sign that designates the start of the trail. Follow the trail up the hillside for about a 1/4 of a mile until you see the rock face. Parking is on both sides of State route 7 near the trail head.

Climbing Season

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Weather station 1.1 miles from here

20 Total Climbing Routes

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