Did it rain in Stoney Point?

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Where does this data come from?
The sandstone at Stoney Point is porous. Light rain takes at least 48 hours to dry. After heavy or consistent rain, avoid climbing for FIVE to SEVEN full days to allow the rock to dry out. This is not a guarantee, and climbers should check conditions at every feature before attempting to climb.

At the base of a route or problem, scrape away the top layer of dirt. If the top 1" to 2" of soil are dry, that's a strong indication that the area has dried out.

Stoney Point holds major historical significance for climbers. Many of America's luminaries cut their teeth here - Royal Robbins, Yvon Chouinard, Bob Kamps, Ron Kauk, John Long, and John Bachar, to name but a few. Please recreate responsibly so that others may enjoy this piece of history. FAQ