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Seneca Rocks

WV East Wing, USA

Climbs 400 – Rocktype Quartzite – Altitude 586m a.s.l – Faces all

Crag features
Good climbing, a mix of sport and trad. rock is very similar to the Gunks. South Peak you have to rap or abseil from, North peak some routes you can walk off on the tourist path. Most routes are multi pitch. It takes a while to learn your way around the cliffs. Always wear a helmet at this crag, loose rocks on ledges and there can be a lot of people above you. Rap or Abseil stations are well maintained by the local guiding companies.

Seneca, The Climber's Guide (2006), Rock Climbing Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland (2001)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
1Roy Gap Chimneys *5.6 2
2Climbin' Punishment *5.9 *2
3Right Tope *5.9 *3
4Ecstasy *5.7 *5
5Simple J Malarkey *5.7 *3
6Candy Corner *5.5 *4
7The Burn *5.8 *3
8Sunshine *5.10a *2
9Breakneck *5.6 2
10Triple S *5.9 *4
11Marshall's Madness *5.9 *2
12Le Gourmet Direct Start *5.6 *1
13Le Gourmet *5.4 *2
14Front C *5.6 *3
15West Pole *5.8 *3
16West Pole Direct Finish *5.7 2
17Thais *5.5 *3
18Pleasant Overhangs *5.7 *3
19Green Wall *5.7 *3
 Climb nameGradex
20Gunsight to South Peak *5.3 *1
21Gunsight to South Peak Direct *5.4 *1
22Banana *5.6 *1
23Debbie *5.6 1
24The Warlock *5.9 *1
25Skyline Traverse *5.3 *5
26Dirty Old Man *5.6 *1
27Soler *5.7 *3
28Conn's East *5.5 2
29Eeyore's Tail *5.3 2
31Neck Press *5.7 *** 
32Thais Direct *5.7 2
33Roux *5.3 2
34Old Man's Route *5.2 ***1
35Dufty's Pop Off *5.7 ***1
36Spock's Brain *5.11a ***1
37Old Ladies' Route *5.2 1
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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