Climbing Trails in Virginia
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Climbing Trails in Virginia

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Virginia has 22 climbing trails. The most popular trails are Elizabeth Furnace, Crescent Rock and Iron Gate.
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There is a multitude of boulders, small cliffs, and craggy canyons along Skyline Drive ...
Just 40 yards downriver from Bird’s Nest are a few more good climbs at the Cornice area. ...
Aid Box is home of some of Great Falls’ hardest climbs, as well as one mega-classic crack, ...
There are a few roped climbs and some good bouldering near the Old Rag summit proper. ...
While not a destination area, the crags near Iron Gate afford locals the option of a quick ...
Located in the northern fringe of the George Washington National Forest are two small ...
Hidden Rocks is the best climbing area in the Harrisonburg region, with clean, vertical ...
This very popular area has a little of something for everyone. Juliet’s Balcony (5.1) ...
One of the more popular areas, Dihedrals is easily identified by the Mather Gorge plaque ...
This South Platte–like granite outcrop possesses a few of Old Rag’s most classic (and ...
Named after the incredible, 60-foot Oh My God Dihedral, this area contains nearly a quarter ...
Crescent Rock, as it’s known by climbers, offers many high-quality toproping options on ...
Named for the prominent ledge at midheight, this crag is easy to spot, thanks to this ...
If you dream of a pair of world-class cracks, then this wall is made for you. While the ...
Named for its southeast exposure, Reflector Oven is an excellent cold-weather crag. Best ...
Like Hone Quarry, most Harrisonburg-area climbers view Rawley Springs as primarily a bouldering ...
This is the last really good climbing area at the downstream end of Great Falls. There ...
On just about any nice day, you’re bound to find a flock of rock climbers perched on the ...
This small, 40-foot crag is the closest to the parking area. Unfortunately, it offers ...
This huge, southeast-facing slab is plainly visible when viewing the Old Rag crags from ...
This north-facing wall is a popular refuge when it’s too warm to climb at the nearby God’s ...
This area offers a variety of traditional and sport routes up to 50 feet in length, as ...
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