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Climber Sensitivity Training Wall TR 
Gap of Rohan T,TR 
Green Thumb TR 
Lucifer TR 
Luciifer Direct TR 
Phasers on Stun T 
Sherpa Connection, The T,TR 
Sugar & Spice T 
Thumbthing Else TR 
Where Eagles Dare TR 

White Rocks  

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This area offers stronger climbers with a bit more challenging climbs than the main crags. North facing crag and can sometimes receive a strong bite of wind if climbing the near winter season.

Getting There 

Take Comus Road to the intersection in Stronghold with the Sugarloaf Mountain entrance on right. Instead of turning right into the park (as for the main climbing areas), continue straight ahead on Comus Road a short distance to an intersection with Mount Ephraim Road. Turn right and take Mount Ephraim Road about 2 miles to a small pulloff (only holds two cars) on the right, at the trailhead for North Peaks Trail. Follow a blue-blazed trail about 15 minutes uphill to an overlook on the left. This overlook is the top of White Rocks.

Climbing Season

Weather station 5.1 miles from here

10 Total Routes

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The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for White Rocks:
The Sherpa Connection   5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c     Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 25'   
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Thumbthing Else is lighter face above the ledge. CSTW is the darker face down below the ledge.

Climber Sensitivity Training Wall 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c  MD : Sugarloaf Mountain : White Rocks
Follow the plentiful thin edges up the steep wall staying to the climbers right of the thick lichen. ...[more]   Browse More Classics in MD

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After driving down Mt. Ephraim Road you will come to a sharp turn after coming down a hill. Right before the turn is a dry (depending on the time of year) creek bed. There is plenty of parking - just don't block the fire road gate. After parking continue North along the road till you come to this trail marker. Be aware that the Blue Blazed trail intersects the road twice, and if you take the southern most blue blazed trail (heading back up the hill you just drove down - assuming you came from Comus Road) you will be going away from White Rocks.
BETA PHOTO: After driving down Mt. Ephraim Road you will come ...

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