Quinn Boulder Rock Climbing
The Quinn Boulder was named after Kasi Quinn who was an awesome park interpreter for GHSP. Kasi did the FA of Stand By me in 2010. The boulder is pretty tall and skinny, with a deep under-cut at its base. Stand By Me is a fun, easy-going problem, and Stand Alone is a claustrophobic, try not to dab low start in the short under-cut roof.
Walk past the overlook and down the trail to "The Room" where the quartzite striped Tigerside Boulder is found. If you stop and look directly at the Tigerside Boulder, to your left will be the tall, skinny, chunky Quinn Boulder.
Climbing Season For the Overlook Area area.
Weather station 6.4 miles from here
2 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
Featured Route For Quinn Boulder
Stand Alone V4 6B VA
: Grayson Highlands State Par...
: ... : Quinn Boulder
Quinn Boulder: This is the deep sit/upside-down start to Kasi Quinn's "Stand-By-Me" (v-1). Start in the very tight, claustrophobic gap under the sharp arete with a right hand on a slopy but positive rail and a left hand on a low, small, round knob... gain a good left foot ledge to toe-hook and compression heel you right foot. move left into the diagonal jug out of the arete chasm. Bust out a massive left foot cross over heel-hook over your right arm to the upper slopey rail. bring forward your r...[more] Browse More Classics in VA