Mt Mansfield Rock Climbing
Circled in Blue is the highlighted protected alpin...
Lots of rock potential on the upper parts of Mt Mansfield. Much of this has seen prior ascents though not much info is available
NOTE: the upper ridge line of Mt Mansfield is a protected alpine zone and just like Camels hump Climbing isn't allowed on these rock features. The lower cliff bands around Cantilever Rock on the sunset ridge trail are below the tree line and outside of the protected area. Future development should only occur in area's outside the protected zone and below the tree line.
The sunset ridge trail on the Underhill State Park side of Mansfield offers the quickest access to the climbing around Cantilever Rock. While there is tons of potential on the Mansfield ridge line most of it is in the "alpine" protected area. Best to stick to the rocks below tree line along the sunset ridge trail if interested in exploring this area.
Climbing Season For the All Locations area.
Weather station 0.7 miles from here
1 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For Mt Mansfield
Walk the Plank 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a Vermont
: Mt Mansfield
: Cantilever Rock
climb up the steep face on the right side of the cantilever. Pulls some balancy mantle move up onto the ledge on the right of the massive balance fin of rock (the cantilever). Climb up on top of the cantilever and walk out and kiss the end then fire out a well protected roof (5.8) right above the main body of the cantilever. The offwidth on the right corner has also been climbed at 5.8 and accessed by scrambling up the back side of the cantilever accessed on the left....[more] Browse More Classics in Vermont