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Public land,hunting permitted during appropriate times of the year. Highly trafficked by the "young and unruly" so beware of broken glass and graffiti. If you can see past all of that,and scrub some moss you`ll find some fairly good sandstone, or some crumbly junk depending where you look. Most good boulders are within the first 100 yards of the entrance, although they don`t stop there. This was apparently once an established area, with a few top rope, or highballs depending who you are. Ive been trying to restablish the area without much luck. People camp there for free all the time, roadside parking is limited and make sure to be completely off the road. Please try to leave the area you`re in cleaner than when you arrived (not a hard task if you pick up atleast one piece of trash). Theres a popular hang out a little ways down the trail that people call the jumping rock where you can swim during the summer (trash gets heavy in this area, be forewarned). All in all potential to be a good little bouldering area right down the road from mcconnells mill, with a little help with clean up, both trails and problems.
from the city i79 north to portersville, route 19 north towards mercer, drive about 8 miles crossing over 422 to "grant city", turn left onto grant city road. the road is very easy to miss, if you see a driving range/shack on the side of the road youve gone too far. At the end of the road theres a stop sign, stay left and youll see some parking on the side of the road, cross the bridge and theres more parking on the hill side. DO NOT PARK IN THE AWANA PARKING LOT.
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Dancing with the Stars V3+ 6A+ PG13 PA : Kennedy's Mill
sit start awkwardly with left hand in decent slot, and a low three finger "pocket". move up with the right to a good lip, and out left to a "seems like its gona be bomb" slot. right hand up to a crappy jug, match and make a big move to the top. downclimb the opposite corner of where you are....[more] Browse More Classics in PA