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Whitehorse Ledge Boulders

Whitehorse Ledge Boulders Rock Climbing 

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Although most people (rightly) come to Whitehorse Ledge for the excellent single and multi- pitch climbing, the area beneath the cliff is littered with enormous granite boulders. The majority of these are stacked on a steep talus field to the left of the main slabs but the woods beneath the talus and nearer the golf course are filled with excellent boulders with generally good landings and in a shaded, protected, and quiet setting. Some have clearly been climbed; others probably await exploration. They make a great change particularly in hot weather when the slabs are sweltering.

Getting There 

The boulders are scattered all over the base of the cliff. The majority of the bigger ones can be found by heading left along the Whitehorse Ledge trail after entering the woods (rather than going straight to the base of the slabs).

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