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JPMIII


Mar 15, 2010, 4:08 PM
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St. Peters Village Maping  (North_America: United_States: Pennsylvania: Southeastern_Region: St__Peter)
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I say one day soon anyone who knows bouldering routes and anyone who just wants to come join in the day. We should plan a day where we go out and map locations. I know some people my oppose but deal with it. Remembered someone showed you time to give back tothe clmbing community. And shit it will give everyone a chance tomet some new people. Now whats wrong with that. Anyone who is up for this e-mi JPMIII@live.com or find me on FB
John Marx III. I will do setting up of the date and the time. So lets get tgether and put some shit on the map, have a good time and make some new friends.


voodootendencies


May 26, 2010, 3:24 PM
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Im in bro...live right in exton...went to st. petes once but dint find anything...


roclimb


May 28, 2010, 9:24 AM
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I have an old guidebook Jim D did for the place back in the 80s.
There are some large roped-climbing quarries there well hidden. There is one good boulder near the quarry that has a nice V7 aND v9 ON IT. rEAL GOOD DIABASE.


ricotomo


May 12, 2013, 7:00 AM
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Who is Jim D and how can i get my hands on the guide?


TradEddie


May 13, 2013, 8:32 AM
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Have you actually been out there? There are some great boulders, widely scattered, but the graffiti and broken glass everywhere makes it disgusting.

TE


Graysonj


Oct 1, 2013, 9:27 AM
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If all you see is trash you not going far enough. there are tons of boulders that have no graffiti let alone haven't been touched in ten years or ever. open you eyes you will find them. there deep in the woods take a gps if you don't know the area its highly possible to get lost.
if the picture works this is on of my favorites. we called it tree finger
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ricotomo


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Perhaps you could give some directions? The area is very confusing. I hiked around looking for decent boulders for a good two hours. I went at the beginning of last summer but only found a single boulder that was any fun.


Graysonj


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ya for sure it can be tricky to find because the spray painted area grabs your attention. when you pull in the stone lot cross the bridge then go strait then around the back side of the first hill. make sure to bring a brush for cleaning.


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