Seneca Rocks, WV

Seneca Rocks is located in Monongahela National Forest, in Pendleton County, WV. Seneca offers over four hundred single and multi-pitch routes for climbers of all abilities. Climbing ranges from sport-climbing to long, traditional-climbing on routes involving cracks, flakes, and edges. The rock is similiar to the quartzite found here in the Shawangunks, but instead of the horizontal stratifications, Seneca was tilted 90 degrees when lifted and it provides numerous cracks on its two fins - North Peak and South Peak

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