Shark Fin Cliff Rock Climbing
View of Boquet Canyon looking north, a portion of ...
This cliff sits 450 north (upstream) of Boquet Canyon. Its south side is slabby while the west side facing the river offers the most technical route possibilities. The cliff was first documented for climbing in 2015 and hosts two routes with substantial opportunity for further development for top rope, sport and traditional lines.
Walk about 350 feet from the north end or 150 from the south end of the Shark Fin Cliff.
Climbing Season For the E: High Peaks Region area.
Weather station 10.3 miles from here
2 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For Shark Fin Cliff
Talus About the Crack 5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b
PG13 New York
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Begins directly underneath the dominant shark fin shaped roof of the cliff; a dramatic line in a dramatic setting. Ascends a slightly overhanging wall with good cracks before leading up the obvious line to a stem-box below a small ceiling. Continues up with a couple fun moves and exits the chute on top of a large terrace with spectacular views of Boquet Canyon to the south.Rappel or walkoff several hundred feet to the north via a sandy gully.Be sure to check out the dipping pool and wa...[more] Browse More Classics in New York
BETA PHOTO: Dominant feature of Shark Fin Cliff north of Boque...