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Thunder Rocks Rock Climbing 


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Elevation: 2,300'
Location: 42.0416, -78.7011 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Dave Alden on Apr 6, 2011
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Medium sized boulder, try to avoid the moss.

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Description 

About 2 dozen large boulders scattered around the hilltop. Plenty of good bouldering and several routes can even be top roped using trees for natural protection, or gear in some instances.

Getting There 

Allegheny State Park is located between Bradford, PA and Salamance, NY. Park rangers can give you directions to the area, or simply follow the signs inside the park for Thunder Rocks.

Climbing Season

For the All Locations area.

Weather station 4.8 miles from here

4 Total Climbing Routes

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Featured Route For Thunder Rocks
Rock Climbing Photo: Close shot of the route to get a good look at the ...

Split Lip V1-2 5 PG13  New York : Thunder Rocks : Split Boulder
Had to brush off alot of dirty soot off the rock. 3/4 into the route you will need a spotter to make sure you don't fall into a gap landing that is additional 4-5' drop. Crux would be the move before reaching the horn, requires a gaston/sloper and smearing with a foot at basically the PG13 section of the fall. The top out you can pull over the horn and kinda duck waddle the shelf to the front side of the split boulder and downclimb there. Or just download to the left and fall properly an...[more]   Browse More Classics in New York

Photos of Thunder Rocks Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Large boulder, overhang.
Large boulder, overhang.
Rock Climbing Photo: Large boulder, very fun overhang.
Large boulder, very fun overhang.
Rock Climbing Photo: Medium sized boulder, challenging overhang.
Medium sized boulder, challenging overhang.
Rock Climbing Photo: Medium sized boulder.
Medium sized boulder.
Rock Climbing Photo: Lerger boulder, great features.
Lerger boulder, great features.
Rock Climbing Photo: Larger boulder, challenging overhang.
Larger boulder, challenging overhang.
Rock Climbing Photo: Smaller boulder.
Smaller boulder.
Rock Climbing Photo: Leger boulder, very interesting crack system.
Leger boulder, very interesting crack system.
Rock Climbing Photo: Medium sized boulder.
Medium sized boulder.
Rock Climbing Photo: Smaller bouder, challenging problem.
Smaller bouder, challenging problem.
Rock Climbing Photo: One of the larger boulders.
One of the larger boulders.
Rock Climbing Photo: One of the larger boulders.
One of the larger boulders.
Rock Climbing Photo: One of the larger boulders.
BETA PHOTO: One of the larger boulders.

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By Jason R.
From: Eau Claire, WI
Feb 8, 2013
Was curious if anyone has bouldered at thunder rocks enough to know of any established routes or names for the boulders?

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