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Univ. of Penn.

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About Univ. of Penn.:

Very unlikely (but amazing) bouldering on the University of Pennslyvania campus. The rock is in the form of 25' high railroad supports and sports great edges, huge slopers, and one and two finger pockets!
Nearest town or city: Philadelphia
Directions: From Highway 76 take the South St. Exit. Go west on Spruce St. to 33rd. Make a right onto 33rd (one-way). Park on 33rd during the week or if there's no parking attendent park in lot next to the Palestra between Spruce and Walnut on 33rd. Walk East between Franklin Field and the Palestra. Cross over the railroad tracks on foot bridge, go through the gate and make a left. You'll see the red rock of the railroad supports.
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