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Middle Boneyard 


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Submitted By: Aaron James Parlier on Jan 20, 2010
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Tyler on "Atrophy" (V5), Mid Boneyard, GHSP

Description 

This place is awesome!
Its full of large amounts of both hard and easy problems that will challenge anyone who steps into the ring.
This area meanders up a long saddle (ravine, valley, whatever you want to call it). it climbs slightly uphill to a short section, then turning aggressively uphill. then at the top of the uphill, it trends to a level section again...


Getting There 

To get to the Middle & Right Boneyard, drive OUT of the park entrance (or if you are driving in from HWY16 just keep driving past the park entrance on HWY58) and take a right. Travel on HWY58 for only about a mile and look on your left for the only, single, red brick house with a close white building next to the road.

Directly, just after this you will see a small state maintained, cleared, and graveled pull-off on the left side of the shoulder of the road. Pull off here. If this parking is crowded keep driving to Left Boneyard/AVP. If that is all filled, turn around and drive into GHSP for hundreds of other boulders. Donít be a jerk and hurt access please!

On the opposite, right side of the road is all GHSP. Walk across the road (you may have to walk back down the road for 30ft or so) and look up the bank for the fence post with the small, black square marker. This marks the start of the Middle/Right Boneyard Trail. Follow these markers all the way through the boulderfield.


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['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',25],['2 Stars',33],['1 Star',40],['Bomb',0]
['<=5.6',0],['5.7',0],['5.8',0],['5.9',0],['5.10',0],['5.11',0],['5.12',0],['5.13',0],['>=5.14',0],['',0],['<=V1',14],['V2-3',45],['V4-5',24],['V6-7',13],['V8-9',1],['V10-11',0],['V12-13',2],['>=V14',0]

The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Middle Boneyard:
Welcome Home   V1 5     Boulder, 25'   Luminary Boulder
Thews    V6 7A     Boulder, 11'   Thews Boulder
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Aaron Parlier on the third move on "thews"

Thews V6 7A  VA : Grayson Highlands State Par... : ... : Thews Boulder
"Thews: Muscles and tendons perceived as generating such strength."A personal favorite: "Thews" stand-starts on the lowest section of a geometric arete bulge, with feet on a bad bottom rail. left hand on the "jigsaw piece" flake, right hand pinch crimping on the geometric arete.go up through big moves to crimps/pinches to gain the slopey and exposed top out. top out is above the start and is challenging....V5 for locals......[more]   Browse More Classics in VA

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Aaron James Parlier on the FA of "Sweet Cherry" in the Mid Boneyard, GHSP
Aaron James Parlier on the FA of "Sweet Cherry" in...
Steve Lovelace pulling onto "season Premire" (v5) on the Episode Boulder
Steve Lovelace pulling onto "season Premire" (v5) ...
Hissy Fit Boulder
Hissy Fit Boulder
Steve Lovelace trying out the Midnight Reverie Super Project in the RBS <br />
Steve Lovelace trying out the Midnight Reverie Sup...
Sheila on "Atrophy" (V5), Mid Boneyard, GHSP
Sheila on "Atrophy" (V5), Mid Boneyard, GHSP
Steve on "Reverie" (v6) in the RBS
Steve on "Reverie" (v6) in the RBS
Huckleberry boulder (15ft tall) from on top of the Luminary Boulder
Huckleberry boulder (15ft tall) from on top of the...
Steve on "Cupole Press" (v5) on the Cupola Boulder
Steve on "Cupole Press" (v5) on the Cupola Boulder
Aaron Parlier on "Thews"..
Aaron Parlier on "Thews"..
Philip Yates starting "Micro-Burst" (v5) on the Micro Block (with ultra bright chalk spots for emphasis haha)
Philip Yates starting "Micro-Burst" (v5) on the Mi...
Sheila on "Atrophy" (V5), Mid Boneyard, GHSP
Sheila on "Atrophy" (V5), Mid Boneyard, GHSP
Steve on "Tilt-o-Whirl" (v2) on the Tilt Boulder
Steve on "Tilt-o-Whirl" (v2) on the Tilt Boulder
Tyler on "Atrophy" (V5), Mid Boneyard, GHSP
Tyler on "Atrophy" (V5), Mid Boneyard, GHSP
Steve on "Harder Than Most" (V2) in the Mid Boneyard, GHSP
Steve on "Harder Than Most" (V2) in the Mid Boneya...
Luminary Boulder, 13ft ladder
Luminary Boulder, 13ft ladder
Steve on "Eaten Alive" (V7) in the Mid Boneyard, GHSP
Steve on "Eaten Alive" (V7) in the Mid Boneyard, G...
equinox boulder
equinox boulder
Steve on "Last Action Hero" (V6) in the Mid Boneyard, GHSP
Steve on "Last Action Hero" (V6) in the Mid Boneya...
Luminary roof and Huckleberry boulder further away and left.
Luminary roof and Huckleberry boulder further away...
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