West facing. Some solid rock with various features. There are routes that are less-than-vertical and there are routes that are vertical and overhanging. The two pillars on the right top of the wall are overhanging, the left most has a nice, thin, crack up the middle.
This wall averages 50ft in height and is roughly 120ft long/wide.
From the parking lot (upper most lot at Rock One Area) head south toward Brown Rocks. Once at Brown Rocks head farther south still angling west (towards the forest floor) and walking down through the boulder field. The wall is the next major formation after Brown Rocks. The State Forest boundary ends just South of Exploration Wall.
2 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
Featured Route For Exploration Wall
Overhanging crack has two crack systems leading to...
Base of Exploration Wall looking South (away from ...
Base directly under the left most overhanging pill...
These are the 2 flakes/cracks that lead directly t...
Close up of the overhanging pillar/block. Its abou...
Above the roof on Pur-plex-ploration.
|Comments on Exploration Wall
|By The Stoned Master|
From: Millerstown, PA
Feb 13, 2013
This area is setup PERFECTLY for `practicing` multi pitch. If following the way some of this wall is set up naturally it breaks down into 3 natural pitches. Create your own mountain multi pitch climbs and `practice` your anchor building and rope management skills here.
Boulder(y) problems exist on the `3rd` natural pitch just left (when facing the wall) of the overhanging left most pillar/block.
This is a non-serious rock climbing destination (compared to Gunks, Rifle, J Tree, etc) so have some fun!