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meanMrKetchup


Aug 24, 2010, 10:01 AM
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Bouldering in the Catskills
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Hey! I'm going up there labor day weekend. Does anyone know of bouldering problems in the Catskills? I haven't really been able to find anything that great.


cush


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there's pretty much nothing. a couple really simple problems scattered around the area but nothing in the way of an actual area worth going to and having a climbing session. there's not really much in the way of clmbable rock at all in the catskills. if you want good bouldering you're much better off heading to the gunks 45 minutes away.


rangerrob


Aug 25, 2010, 6:07 AM
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or wait until january when the rock is all frozen together. Just remember to bring your ice tools. Actually there is a decent boulder in the Peekamoose Valley. Theres also a fine handcrack up on the summit of Indian Head. That's all I know of.


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