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Nay Aug Park (aka Tree House Wall)

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About Nay Aug Park (aka Tree House Wall):

Tree House Wall is a delightful shaded mini bouldering wall nestled in the heart of Scranton’s Pennsylvania largest park, Nay Aug, which offers a few easy and enjoyable boulder problems from VB up to V2. The holds are mostly to be found in the form of thin edges where the rock is horizontally fractured. There is little need for a crash pad as the wall is only about 12-15 feet high and most landings are flat and covered in leaf litter. The problems described are on good quality solid sandstone, though the crag is crumbly in places. Approach time is about 5-10 minutes walk from the main car park. If you’re looking for a couple hours of fun bouldering in the Scranton area, this super little venue should suffice. See also: Topo and pictures: http://77jenn.blogspot.com/2008/05/new-crag-scranton-pennsylvania.html Nay Aug Park info: http://www.scrantonpa.gov/nayaug_park.html Nay Aug Park map: http://www.scrantonpa.gov/nayaug_map.html
Nearest town or city: Scranton
Directions: From I-81 Northbound Take the RIVER ST - EXIT 184- toward PA-307, 0.1 miles Turn LEFT onto RIVER ST., 0.1 miles Turn RIGHT onto MEADOW AVE., 0.2 miles Turn LEFT onto MOOSIC ST/PA-307, 0.2 miles Turn RIGHT onto HARRISON AVE., 0.3 miles Turn RIGHT onto MULBERRY ST.. 0.2 miles End at 1901 Mulberry St. Scranton, PA 18510-2380, US From I-81 Southbound Take the PA-307/MOOSIC ST - EXIT 184, 0.1 miles Turn RIGHT onto PA-307/MOOSIC ST., 0.3 miles Turn RIGHT onto HARRISON AVE., 0.3 miles Turn RIGHT onto MULBERRY ST., 0.2 mile End at 1901 Mulberry St. Scranton, PA 18510-2380, US Crag is in the picnic area opposite the 'Tree House' and next to the zoo. See park map here: http://www.scrantonpa.gov/nayaug_map.html
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Access Issues: No official access, but the crag is located on public land. Keep a low profile and chalk use to a minimum. Brush holds clean with a soft brush after finishing the problems.
Camping: No
When to Climb: Autumn Spring Summer Winter
Quantity of Climbs: Day

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