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climb_sky_high


Sep 26, 2005, 6:44 PM
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Any other info or pics for this site? It's close to home and I'm desperate enough to want more info :wink:


dannykelly


Oct 5, 2005, 9:58 AM
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i was just there today the boulders are great but the area needs major cleanup with branches vines trees and leaves scattered all over them. if u can find the appilation trail in wind gap park there hike the trail about 100 yards up and you will see three bands of white tape wrapped around a tree on your right with an arrow that points the way ( you cant miss it ) i put the tape there so more people can find this place and hopefully clean it up a little but it still is very climbable have fun and enjoy


rwaltermyer


Oct 19, 2005, 9:56 AM
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I think this area is a duplicate entry.... see "Lehigh Gap"


climb_sky_high


Dec 25, 2005, 5:30 PM
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I was just there yesterday to check it out (finally!).
There is definitely some potential, though protecting yourself can be rather spotty. I didn't see the white tape rings, but I left a small pile of rocks at the base of a tree where the trail branches. Go to the right and you'll see an old foundation. If you follow that trail, it takes you right past all the boulders. They're hard to miss :wink:
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