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Bear Rocks

Overview of Bear Rocks Bear Rocks is not to be confused with any of the other Bear Rocks in Pennsylvania. This is a small rock outcrop off the Appalachian Trail not far from Palmerton in Eastern PA.  The area is made of a short cliff with several smaller boulders near it ranging from three to…

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Notch Boulders: Bouldering in Wilkes-Barre

A few minutes drive from Wilkes Bare are some nice conglomerate boulders that you can spend an hour or so on.  There are some problems that are super easy  and a few in the V4 and up category.  This is one of several areas in the Wilkes Barre area but it’s probably the easiest to…

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Big Offset Crag

The Big offset is a small but very high quality bouldering crag in the Poconos near Bangor and Rosetto.  The cliff is visible from 191 in Bangor/Rosetto and looks like a large cliff on the ridge.  The actual height of this crag is about 40 feet at the high point.  So it basically offers highball…

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Aylsworth Park Climbing

Aylsworth Park is a small park located near Carbondale, PA.  The climbing here is very limited and is located on a small quarry in thh west corner of the park near the small pond.  There is some short ice climbing here in winter and some short TR/bouldering here as well.  The rock is goldish-colored slate…

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The Pink Boulders

Located irksomly close to the Pocono raceway.  This wooded bouldering area is one of the smallest but is very high quality rock.  The area is located in state gamelands and has only a few small boulders with problems ranging from VO- to V6/V7 with eliminate variations.  The rock has a pinkish hue that gives the…

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The Theatre Crag: Mocanaqua

The theater is a very small, clean, conglomerate rock cliff that looks like a 70 foot tall movie screen.  Ironically it is located above an old drive-in movie theater.    This spot is located right near Tilbury but is on the opposing hillside and involves driving to the top of the mountain then hiking at least…

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