Added by Payton Bartlett

These are great rocks to climb for beginners who are looking to get started in rock climbing. 

MAKE SURE YOU GET A CLIMBING PERMIT FROM THE STATE PARK OFFICE

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Only about 1000 feet from the parking lot, these rocks offer some great climbing

There are tons of different routes to take on the two main rocks. Anyone from a beginner to an expert can have fun here

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Rock Climbing
Easy Parking

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