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Newguy829


Oct 14, 2011, 9:22 PM
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New to outside climbing... any bouldering routes around lewistown/burnham/reedsville/milroy etc.  (North_America: United_States: Pennsylvania)
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this is my first post on this site so sorry if I do anything wrong.

Anyways I live in Burnham which is near lewistown and i've been in to climbing for about a month and a week now. I'm makin some good progress and climbing pretty tough stuff at my colleges climbing wall. I was wondering if there is any good places that i can boulder at near where i live. any help is much appreciated. thanks!


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Hunters rocks is going to be your best bet. Roughly 30 min drive from reedsville area.


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Dude, there are routes literally everywhere in that region, you can explore by car or foot, just be very courteous and respectful to the people you meet, and you will be allowed to climb most anywhere in the area. Lots of state land with good rock too. Take your pad, a sandwich and water, a solid brush, and explore until you find a good piece.


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