Climbing Maps

In association with West Virginia Explorer, climbers and other contributors are continually providing maps to help climbers arrive at new destinations and discover their geologic and environmental complexities.

Map of West Virginia Climbing Areas

Seven climbing areas have been established in cliffs and boulder fields in eastern mountain regions. Click on a map icon to zoom in or establish directions or to be routed to information on the climbing area you’ve selected.

Historical Maps of Climbing Areas

How did the land around climbing areas in West Virginia appear in the early 1900s? We’ve compiled a handy set of links to geologic survey maps to find out.

Help build our repository of climbing maps for West Virginia.

As you encounter new climbing maps, please let a member of our editorial staff know. We hope to build a concise and continually updated guide to maps of climbing areas in West Virginia that includes historical and ecological maps as well.

Content sponsored by New River Climbing School

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