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skellie


Nov 10, 2008, 3:36 PM
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moving to Long Island, where to climb?  (North_America: United_States: New_York: Long_Island__NY)
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Hey all,

So it looks like I may be moving to Long Island in a couple months. I currently live near Albany and I'm scared to death of moving farther from the Gunks than I already am.

What are the best climbing areas within day-trip distance? Are the Gunks still within reason? How about the Delaware Water Gap?

Thanks guys,
Dan

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skellie


Dec 6, 2008, 7:50 PM
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Actually, it's been changed to Atlanta. Nevermind I'm all set now!


suilenroc


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Either way, take the time to explore West Virginia! Mainly the New River Gorge, Seneca Rocks, and Cooper's Rock (not really climbing, just bouldering).


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