It’s Official!  Construction is underway.

We’re building a boulder park in Tucker County, West Virginia.  

 

 

High up in the Allegheny Mountains, Tucker County has long been known as an outdoor recreation destination. Skiing, mountain biking, hiking, fishing—all attract crowds to this little slice of heaven. Adding to that legacy of outdoor recreation and adventure is the Tucker Boulder Park project, created by an energized group of private citizens, community organizations, and local businesses who partnered in a bold effort to create a public climbing park suitable for all ages and skill sets. The park is located in Davis, close to the Corridor H exit and visible from Rt. 32.   

 

Sunrise Construction out of Moatsville, WV is handling the site prep and foundation work. EntrePrises Climbing Wall is constructing two of the three manufactured boulders planned for the park.  Fundraising continues for the third and final boulder.  Phase I of the park is expected to be complete and open for climbing before September 2017.  This unique climbing venue is for the young . . . and young at heart.

 

Come climb with us!

 

 

Photos via Teton Boulder Project, Diane Hinkle, and Kevin Turinsky (“Little Wooden Bridge over Chester Creek”, licensed under CC BY NC SA 2.0).

Photos via Teton Boulder Project, Diane Hinkle, and Kevin Turinsky (“Little Wooden Bridge over Chester Creek”, licensed under CC BY NC SA 2.0).

Photo courtesy of Teton Boulder Project.

Photo courtesy of Teton Boulder Project.

About the project

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