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LordNate5


Sep 3, 2010, 10:46 AM
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Bouldering in Western New York
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I am finishing up working for the summer in Yosemite and I started to get into bouldering and as I get set to go home I was curious if anybody knows about any bouldering spots in the area. If anybody knows bout any spots in Western New York I would much appreciate the information. Thanks!

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The nearest spot is across the border, in Niagara Falls, Ontario. You'll need a passport or enhanced drivers license.

http://glenbouldering.com


I think that's the website, anyway.

Otherwise, it's the adirondacks, or the gunks.


rhythm164


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Second that. Niagara Glen is great. Gunks is good, usually packed. If you're up for a drive check out McKenzie Pond outside Lake Placid and Snowy Mnt, the only developed sandstone in the park. There's also 9 Corners Lake, packed with great problems from vB to V10 or so. Lots of rednecks in the summer, but a great spot none the less.


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Thanks guys. I will definitely check out Niagara Glen when I get back. The ADKs will have to wait until next spring/summer probably.


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