Ralph Stover State Park boasts beautiful exposed climbing faces ranging from 40ft to 100ft high and has over 100 climbing and rappelling routes for all levels. Located near New Hope, PA and just over an hour outside Philadelphia, Ralph Stover makes for the perfect escape to nature.
Chickies Rock is a premier climbing crag with cliffs over 100ft overlooking the eastern bank of the Susquehanna River in Lancaster County, PA. A great spot for climbers of all levels.
Mocanaqua / The Library
Located about two hours north of Philadelphia along the Susquehanna River near Wilkes Barre, PA, The Library is a hidden gem nestled in the wilderness surrounding the Mocanaqua area. It offers a shaded scenic 40ft wall that is perfect for climbers of all levels.
A local climbing crag that was once a quarry, Birdsboro Rock Quarry is now a mid-atlantic climbing destination in Berks County, PA with well over 150 routes that range in difficulty and height.
Ricketts Glen State Park
A jewel amongst Pennsylvania's State Parks, Ricketts Glen State Park boasts 22 waterfalls along the scenic 7.2 mile Falls Trail in the Glens Natural Area, which is a National Natural Landmark. Waterfalls range in height from 11ft to the 94 ft Ganoga Falls.
Explore beautiful sections of the Schuylkill River Water Trail that meander through and connect the river towns of Douglassville, Pottstown, Mont Clare, Phoenixville and Valley Forge. Calm flat water with an abundant wildlife sightings and banks lined with a dense forested tree-line, you'll get the full experience of kayaking the "Hidden River."
Discover sections of the mighty Susquehanna River Water Trail that have tremendous diversity in scenery and wildlife. From the rolling hills and endless mountains as the backdrop on the North Branch (Northeast PA) to the natural beauty of and the historic water towns that changed the course of US history along the Lower Section (South Central PA) , an awesome kayaking adventure awaits.