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Otherlands Rock Climbing 

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Location: 40.2529, -76.43349 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Tim Waystrong on Nov 9, 2014
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A collection of Diabase boulders along the hill side opposite the road. The problems range from V0-V9, with all styles slabs, roofs and cracks. This area is less traveled so it's a nice way to get away from the crowds if you are feeling like some peace and quiet. This is a separate area from Mt. Gretna proper.

All route and area names are names we came up with. I'm sure they have established names so if you know them let us know and we will change whatever needs to be changed.

Getting There 

The approach in is about 15 minutes. Walk up Mine Rd. for a couple hundred yards then walk into the woods on the left onto the obvious logging road. Walk up the logging rd until you hit the trail turn right on that and walk a little ways up that trail. Turn left into the woods and walk down the hill. You should start to see some boulders along the hill side.

Climbing Season

For the Governor Dick Park (aka Mount Gretna) area.

Weather station 1.4 miles from here

7 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',3],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]

Classic Climbing Routes in Otherlands

Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Otherlands:
Crimptonite   V4 6B     Boulder, 10'   Rollercoaster
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Featured Route For Otherlands
Rock Climbing Photo: The face of the boulder

Crimptonite V4 6B  Pennsylvania : South Central PA : ... : Rollercoaster
Stand start the two lowest crimps in the diagonal seam. Bump up to a decent crimp and get ready and toss up to the slopers at the lip. Pick some feet and go for the crimps up and left. Throw a heel up and top out.There is a low start on a left hand crimp and a sharp right hand crimp throwing up to the rail that has been done....[more]   Browse More Classics in Pennsylvania

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