Mormon Hollow sits inside the beautiful Wendell State Forest in Wendell, MA, just a few miles south and across the Millers River from Farley Ledges. Although Mormon is smaller then […]
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The Main Cliff, a 70 foot overhanging wall, is located on private property and is currently closed. This cliff contains some of the first 5.11+ and 5.12 trad routes that […]
The boulders at Reservoir Rocks in Great Barrington is comprised of compact and finely textured Gneiss which lends itself to technical and aesthetic climbing. Although there does exist a large […]
The Roadside Crag is located in Montague, MA one mile from the entrance to Wendell State Forest and three quarters of a mile from Mormon Hollow. This tiny cliff offers […]
Rose Ledge represents one of the region’s most popular climbing destinations and deservedly so. The 40’-60’ cliff line contains a plethora of climbs for all abilities (5.4-5.13) though excels in […]
The Skinner area is located on the southern edge of Hadley, Massachusetts inside the beautiful J. A. Skinner State Park. Although modest in size, the high quality of both the […]
NEW PARKING LOT! SUNBOWL OPEN The aptly named Sunbowl is located in sleepy Sunderland, MA. Although the rock quality is fairly poor and the number of routes modest, the moderate […]
Meeting Notes Western Massachusetts Climber’s Coalition 3rd Quarterly Meeting August 17th, 2016, 7:00pm Central Rock Gym, Hadley, MA Board Logistics Posting minutes Minutes will be posted via Facebook, Website […]
Each year, a portion of cliff at Farley Ledge is temporarily closed due to peregrine falcon activity. In an effort to support successful nesting of these state protected birds, the […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Western Massachusetts Climbers’ Coalition email@example.com www.climbgneiss.com HADLEY, MA (FEBRUARY 24, 2014) – WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS CLIMBER’S COALITION ANNOUNCES NEW PRESIDENT! One of the Northeast’s most […]