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In nearby Gaston County, Crowders Mountain State Park is a go-to spot for hiking and bouldering.
There'll be areas dedicated to bouldering (a la Rock Mill in Akron), lead climbing, and auto-belay climbing.
Gettysburg College spent $27 million on a 55,000-square-foot recreational center with a bouldering area.
Eminger, who made it to the top of the first wall, said bouldering, which the pair has been doing for a few months at nearby Seattle Bouldering Gym, has helped her get stronger.
Shiraishi and Lightner were both silver medalists at last month’s national open championship in bouldering.
Torrey Pines Gliderport: 2800 Torrey Pines Scenic Drive, La Jolla, 858.452.9858, flytorrey.com Rock out San Diego may not be known for its towering peaks, but the county does have some of the West Coast’s best bouldering.
With more than 10,000 square feet of bouldering terrain, the climbing gym will be Earth Treks' first focused on bouldering, a form of rock climbing without ropes and harnesses.
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