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Skyline Drive Professional Review and Guide
"There is a multitude of boulders, small cliffs, and craggy canyons along Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park. While these areas have been extensively explored over the last fifty years, none has become a popular climbing destination. This could be due to the entry fee to Skyline Drive, the generally long approaches, or simply because there is better climbing nearby at Old Rag Mountain and Seneca Rocks. Whatever the reason, for the adventurous climber there are miles of canyons and crags to explore in solitude in search for a hidden classic (or enlightenment)."
--Eric J. Horst and Stewart M. Green, Rock Climbing Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland (Falcon Guides).
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