Annapolis Rocks Top-Roping and Trad Trip

  • Sunday, October 10, 2021
  • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Annapolis Rocks
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Join PATC-MS for a day of climbing at Annapolis Rock. Annapolis Rock is a quartzite crag in South Mountain State Park. It is known for its horizontal fractures which make for a variety of easy, moderate, and difficult face and roof routes. 

This event will be limited to PATC-MS members and capped at 14 climbers.

There is a two mile hike in to Annapolis Rock. Plan to bring water (at least a gallon) and snacks for the day. 

Climbers should bring their own personal gear (harness, helmet, shoes, chalk bag, and belay device) and a top-rope set-up if they have one. I will set up some top ropes for people but will primarily be trad climbing down at the South End. You do not need to bring a partner for this event unless you are trad climbing. 

The club will meet at 8 a.m. the Appalachian Trailhead Parking on Route 40, just outside of Myersville, Maryland. Please do not be late as the group will not wait for you. 

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