Apr 29, 2007, 10:03 AM
Post #1 of 1
Registered: Apr 18, 2005
After having bouldered here many times now, a friend and I recently met the landowner of the property which most of the boulders lie on. Like most folks, we were under the assumption that the boulders were on state park property (since that's where many people hike in from).
The good news is that the landowner was very friendly and said she is happy to share the boulders with climbers, so long as they are respectful of her property.
If you don't want to mess up access to these awesome boulders, please do your part by: keeping a low profile, esp. when cleaning/brushing holds; picking up trash; and otherwise acting like you're a guest on someone else's land.