Robbins Boulder Rock Climbing
jvb pumping granite on robbin's crack
This is the area that Woodson is known for. There are two classic climbs on this rock. Robbins crack and Lie Detector. This great 50 foot rock is excellent quality and easy to find. Robbins Crack was first climbed by Royal Robbins in the 60's.
One switchback and 100 yards above tower two you will see a large boulder(on the right side of the road) with a finger crack running from bottom to top. This is lie Detector. The rock is 40 feet from the road on a well marked path. Go to left of the rock and climb up to back of rock to reach Robbins Crack.
Weather station 3.1 miles from here
4 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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Mimi de Gravelleon on Eric's Face (5.11a) and ...
From top of boulder to pad below it is a bit beyon...
Stephen Quale on a slab problem near Robbin's Crac...
West side of ROBBINS CRACK.
From: Galloway, NJ
Mar 27, 2007
Only one piece of protection is needed on Robbins Crack if you are going to lead it... a #12 curved stopper fits perfectly in the hole above when you are standing on the midway ledge. A pad can protect the moves to the ledge and the piece will protect you from hitting the ground from there.