Nice hike to the bottom. The trail passed under the famous bridge.
If it is raining head to the Bridge Buttress. It is usually only damp there.
Lots of different climbing spots here and at Summersville. Make sure to stop by Pies & Pints in Fayetteville. Rafting is good as well.
I spent four days here hiking, running, rafting, kayaking and mountain biking. The only thing I missed was rock climbing, so I guess I will be back.
Bubba city was great
The bridge area was also very good, we had lots of fun. A must climb for the sport freak, and also good for the trd'ers!
I climb here about 15 times a year- despite the fact that it is nearly five hours away.
This wasn't really a "climbing" trip, but more of a backpacking trip. Looking forward to heading down again next summer to explore the area a bit more.
Did some climbs over a few days. Very cool!
First outdoor climbing experience. Fantastic.
Did various routes, nice climbs, and some great white water rafting.
Base jumped off the bridge (Ssshh!) which was quite an adrenaline rush. Did some fun whitewater rafting in the class 4 rapids of the New River. Hiked a couple trails, scrambled up some rocks. (I wasn't a climber back then).
A pretty place.
Great climbing and a fun cultural experience to be had on every trip to the New. While this isn't a "peak" exactly, any climbers living within a few hours of this treasure should make a point of spending a few weekends here.
Many different trails and roads down into the Gorge. I always have a great time. Much to do and see.
Stayed with a friend at Gauley Bridge and canoed the Dries on the New or Kanawha. Drove to Fayetteville crossed the bridge and did some 5.7 on the Junkyard wall. One of the best climbing areas in the country.