Several small bouldering areas scattered around the trail network....all visible from the trails.
Make sure to snag a map from the info kiosk near the main parking lot to get properly oriented.
Main bouldering wall is about a five minute walk from main parking lot.
The small amount of bouldering is nothing worth traveling several hours for....better for the local folks who might be passing through Crozet or those who might only have a few hours in the evening to get a workout in.
The small amount of bouldering here just adds to the variety of things you can do at Mint Springs though (i.e.: mountain biking, hiking, fishing, swimming, etc).
Located just outside of Crozet.
From I-64: Take the 'Crozet' exit and take Rt 250 East towards Crozet. After passing Old Trail development/high school/middle schools/etc you'll reach a 4 way intersection with stop light. Make a left to head into town of Crozet. After a couple twisting miles you'll reach the town and pass under train bridge and another 4 way stop with a DQ on one corner. Make a left to head towards Mint Springs. After a couple miles you'll see a sign directing you where to go.
- sit start middle of front boulder-work up middle of rock- several good finger cracks as work up to nice hold for left hand- dyno move with right hand for great jug to the right- several other good holds as work to top out with small crimps for feet as move up....[more]Browse More Classics in VA
Thanks for adding all of this, Looks great, I cant wait to check it out! I knew there had to be some good climbing in that area, and Im so glad to know there is someone out there chalking up holds. Keep up the good work!!