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By Bob Underwood
Sep 14, 2008
The Hawksbill trail has become a ditch which can not recover from the hikeing impact and constant use. No amount of maintenance can save it. Climbers, if you love your Gorge, please consider approaching from Sitting Bear trail you passed earlier. Problem: SB has space of only 3 cars. A left at the ridgeline ( Jonas Ridge trail) will take you in sight of the left turn mentioned earlier.
see linvillegorge.net for waypoints and maps.
Another approach is south from below useing the LEDGE trail but it is much longer.
By mike cork
From: Atlanta, GA
May 9, 2010
is there moderate (5.10-5.11) sport climbing at hawksbill, or mostly just 12 and up? thought i'd heard that from someone...