A: Lake Champlain Region Rock Climbing
The Lake Champlain Region encompasses a multitude of crags, cliff lines, and mountains that are concentrated between Route 9 and Interstate 87 within the Park. The region extends all the way to Lake Champlain, though the majority of the climbing exists around the I-87 corridor.
Interstate 87 (The Northway) between exits 29 and 33 is where the majority of the climbing in this region resides. From Vermont, you can take one of the three ferries that crosses Lake Champlain, or you can drive south around the Lake via the Crown Point Bridge.
Weather station 6.7 miles from here
99 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',23],['3 Stars',49],['2 Stars',21],['1 Star',6],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in A: Lake Champlain Region
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Macho 5.11b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c
R New York
: ... : Poke-O-Moonshine Main Face
During the 1980s, Montreal climber, Julien Dery, brought to Poke-O-Moonshine a modern approach to rock climbing. This cornucopia of a thin finger "crack", balancy face climbing, and small, well-spaced gear make this route an instant Adirondack classic.Start the route on the main face of the P.T. Pillar, climbing up through several slopey ledges to gain the first of a series of hard moves protected by two bolts (a third bolt is missing its hanger). Gain the vertical fissure and make some wild m...[more] Browse More Classics in New York