Rock Climbing Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland
Those who live in the Mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. have to travel pretty far to do any real alpine climbing, but they have no shortage of great areas for rock climbing. Horst’s guide details hundreds of routes in the Maryland-Virginia-West Virginia area, including access directions and information, route diagrams and photos, and discussions of ethics and precautions.
There are particularly good sections on the Great Falls area of Virginia and Maryland, which is probably the best climbing area in the D.C. region; Seneca Rocks and Nelson Rocks in West Virginia, long considered the finest climbing areas in the Mid-Atlantic; and the New River Gorge of West Virginia, which is now emerging as the premier climbing area of the region.
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