Climbing Trails in West Virginia
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Climbing Trails in West Virginia

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West Virginia has 28 climbing trails. The most popular trail is Franklin. Trails.com member Joseph D. recently completed Kaymoor.
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This north-facing area is extremely popular with sport climbers, especially during hot ...
By itself Beauty Mountain would be a significant climbing area anywhere in the country. ...
While limestone crags are seemingly ubiquitous in the western United States—Rifle, Shelf ...
Sandwiched between the New River Gorge to the south and the Summersville Lake crags to ...
As one of The New’s more low-profile areas, Fern Buttress is (for those in the know) a ...
Bridge Buttress is many climbers’ first stop upon arriving at The New, probably because ...
Junkyard was one of the first areas developed in The New, and it continues to be an extremely ...
While Bubba City is just one of several crags that contribute to the New River Gorge’s ...
Per lineal foot, Orange Oswald is the most popular climbing wall at Summersville Lake. ...
Not exactly a cave, but this 50-foot roof does provide refuge on wet days. Narcissus is ...
Named for the brilliant Satisfaction Guaranteed, this area also possesses a few really ...
Home of Summersville’s first climbs, Excellent Buttress offers high-quality face climbs ...
A power climber’s dream crag. Barely 30 feet high, this huge boulder has a severely overhanging ...
Also known as The Perot Wall, this short, wildly featured face offers several fun threeto ...
One of the steepest walls in the East and without question the most impressive wall at ...
Take the West Face Trail per the approach to the South Peak West Face. From below The ...
Walk up Roy Gap Road until you see the first buttress of rock on your left. Take a blue-blazed ...
Walk up Roy Gap Road until you see the first buttress of rock on your left. Take a blue-blazed ...
Walk up Roy Gap Road until you see the first buttress of rock on your left. Follow a blue-blazed ...
Hike Roy Gap Road past the Southeast Corner to the blue-blazed East Face Trail on the ...
The East Face of the South Peak possesses some of Seneca’s highest quality rock and most ...
Hike up Roy Gap Road past the Ecstasy and Totem Buttresses to the blue-blazed Southeast ...
These routes ascend the tall buttresses on the east side of the South End. They are easily ...
Walk up Roy Gap Road until you see the first buttress of rock on your left. Follow a blue-blazed ...
Walk up Roy Gap Road to a boulder (with plaque) on the right. Take the trail that begins ...
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