Rawley Springs

Harrisonburg, Virginia

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Like Hone Quarry, most Harrisonburg-area climbers view Rawley Springs as primarily a bouldering destination. Detailed below is just one of a dozen outcrops in the vicinity of Rawley Springs. However, it is the most popular area and contains the classic, 25-foot Juliet’s Tower block. Consider bringing a toprope to work the harder climbs on this block. A spotter will suffice for the rest of the climbs, which average 10 to 15 feet in height.

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"Like Hone Quarry, most Harrisonburg-area climbers view Rawley Springs as primarily a bouldering destination. Detailed below is just one of a dozen outcrops in the vicinity of Rawley Springs. However, it is the most popular area and contains the classic, 25-foot Juliet’s Tower block. Consider bringing a toprope to work the harder climbs on this block. A spotter will suffice for the rest of the climbs, which average 10 to 15 feet in height."

Activity Type: Climbing
Nearby City: Harrisonburg
Skill Level: Easy to Difficult
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: George Washington National Forest

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Jun 2018