Pulley Block Rock Climbing
The Pully Block is short and unimpressive to look at. This probably isn't worth looking for by comparison to the rest of the better, larger boulders in the field. If you are up for a hike and exploration, and a lowball obscure line go for it! The block is squatty and slabbed on its long, downhill facing side.
Aside from its unaesthetic looks, the short problems are sort of fun and a nice way to warm up or cool down.
Walk past the Reverie Block and the City Block. the Pully Block will be up and right of the City Block. Look for the massive chunky block on the forest floor that came off of the block.
Climbing Season For the Grayson Highlands State Park area.
Weather station 6.9 miles from here
4 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',4],['Bomb',0]
Featured Route For Pulley Block
Bumps in the Night V0- 4- Virginia
: Grayson Highlands State Par...
: ... : Pulley Block
FA'd under a full moon...There are 2 trees up close to the corner of the block. When looking at the block this line is to the far left of the 2 trees. On the downhill, road facing, long tapering face, look for a small flat block, and then past that is a long, skinny block turned on its side past the small patio block.Sit start this problem and your right hand will be above the point where the small patio block, and the long skinny on edge block meet.Pull on, and move up slopey holds to the short...[more] Browse More Classics in Virginia