Camp Store Crag

Grade Trad Mixed Sport Total
5.10 1 - 2 3
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Directions to Camp Store Crag

This wall is in Private property. Be respectful. Your behavior on this land can either help us secure access.. or help us lose it.
From the parking lot of the Junior Williamson Rest Area in Slade, turn left (north) on KY 11, drive 0.1 miles under the Mountain Parkway overpass to a "T" intersection with KY 15. Turn left (east) and continue for 1.5 miles, then turn right (north) on KY 77. This highway is also known as "Nada Tunnel Road", and you may see a street sign so designated at this intersection. Drive 4.4 miles through the tiny town of Nada, through the tunnel, and over the steel bridge (stay right after you cross the steel bridge) to the intersection with KY 715. KY 77 curves left near an old barn while KY 715 continues straight. Stay on KY 715 (do not take the curve to the left) for about 7.8 miles and around a sharp bend to the left. About .5 miles past the sharp bend you will see a dirt road on your right. Park on the dirt road and bushwhack up and left towards the wall. An alternate approach from the Rest Area in slade is to jump back on Mountain Parkway and head east to the next exit (Exit 40). Turn right off the exit on KY 15 and drive 0.7 miles through the town of Pineville. Turn right onto 715 and drive 5.5 miles along the road. Be sure to stay on the road when it takes a hairpin turn to the right or you will end up at the Sky Bridge Ridge parking area for the tourist trail. After the sharp turn to the right and then left, the road will head sharply downhill. Look for a dirt road heading off left before the road levels out. Park and bushwhack up and left towards the wall.

Wall Sun: Unknown



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Route Spray Name Type Grade Quality User Stars Length Picture

1

Store Sport 5.10c
 
3.94 70ft  

2

Camp Sport 5.11d
 
3.75 70ft

3

Mayapple Trad 5.7
 
100ft  

4

Crag Bouldering V4
 
4.00 15ft

Comments

1
Ascentionist said on January 31st, 2006
GPS: 37.8124N, 83.5843W
2
Rooky said on August 17th, 2013
The dirt road heading off left is now a parking lot. Get ready for a calf burning approach to a kick ass crag. Cool breeze at the top.
3
Anonymous said on August 18th, 2013
What the hell?
4
kenellis said on July 13th, 2015
Great crag for a lazy summer afternoon. The short bushwhack doesn't involve that much bush or whacking, and the two sport climbs were completely dry with no seepage after weeks of tropical rainforest conditions.