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rockcrawler


Oct 27, 2003, 11:14 PM
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Are there any good sport climbing spots in the lehigh valley area other than stoney ridge .


shaggyj


Oct 28, 2003, 4:45 PM
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Ah the lehigh valley....
Ralph Stover has a few bolted lines if I remember.
Lehigh Gorge in Jim Thorpe has a few bolted lines. But the rock quality is crap and the hike is a pain.


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Folks, let's try and use a little common sense. Titling a thread in the Sport Climbing Forum "Sport Climbing" is pretty uninforming, don't you think? This post asks about whether there are any sport climbs in the Lehigh Valley, wherever that is. Not only is the title vague, but the post was made in the wrong in the forum. It belongs in the Regional Forum, and should be linked to the Lehigh Valley area in the Routes database. If the original poster will edit his title, and if someone will PM me and inform me of where the Lehigh Valley might be, I'll move the post.

-Jay, Moderator


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ebonezercabbage


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Well, if you find any, let me know.....i live there, and all i know of is bouldering and a few trad, which i cant afford......please let me know if you find any in the LV. Um, try Birdsbouro, i liked that and it wasn't too much of a drive


rwaltermyer


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Mocanqua crags are too far from Stoney....

And I'm sure Rob (Holtzman) knows of some sport-climbing "gems" in the Scranton area.


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