The main climbing rocks were on Boy Scout property until
the land was purchased by the state in the fall of 1988.
Climbing was prohibited on park property until a new
management changed that policy. Continued climbing here
requires that the climbing community police itself
before the park management gets involved by closing
climbing areas. See the introduction
(pg 2) on low
impact climbing. Due to the large amount of use of this
area, erosion and the accumulation of trash can become a
problem. The trail leading to the lower tier is
undergoing serious erosion. Local climbers should lead
the way in solving that problem with steps or rerouting
trails after discussing the situation with park staff.