About Clack Mountain:
Semi-dense bouldering area comprised of sandstone rockfall. 40+ problems and growing with a nice scattering of difficulty. Terrific slabs, slopers, and steep pockets make this area one of Kentucky's best. Also home to the mega-classic Three Pocket Problem.
NOTE: the rock formations past the first half mile are on private property and are closed to climbing.
|Nearest town or city:||Morehead|
|Directions:||From Lexington, KY drive east on Interstate 64 to Morehead. Take Morehead exit, turn right onto Flemingsburg Road. Go about two miles into the town of Morehead. Turn right on to US 60 West. About a quarter of a mile turn left on to KY Rt. 519. Go about three miles until you crest Clack Mtn. Turn left on to Clack Mtn. Road. First bouldering area is on the right about 1/2 mile.
|Access Issues:||Access is cool so long as you stay in the main area. Private property and potentially irate landowners surround the main area.|
|When to Climb:||Autumn|
|Quantity of Climbs:||Month|