Humphrey's has lots of options. Most of the anchors are bolted and the routes offer chances to place gear.
it is assuredly not a sport area, but the bolts are solid and the gear is generally good.
Many routes are bolted enough to be considered sport climbs. High Steppin (5.
, Tree Keys, (5.7), Yellow Jacket (5.7), and that 5.4 on the far right of Geriatric Wall can all be considered well protected sport routes, some with bolts placed so close you can clip two from the same stance (High Steppin), and some with bolts near solid natural gear (2nd to last bolt on Tree Keys).
Iím just getting to know the new development there but add those routes to Wanderlust (retro-bolted), Piece of Cake, Run Donít Walk, and the two routes to the immediate left of Dedication Corner and is ďassuredlyĒ quite similar to a sport area.
10 minute approach... all we need is a few more dogs and shirtless guys am I right?
Honestly, itís the terrible eroding trail to get to the cliff that keeps it from becoming a mini-Rumney, and the lack of a recent published guidebook...
Please note, Iím all for some relaxed clipping in MWV, just saying, a little bit of sport ainít a bad thing... everything in moderation... I prefer run-out ice climbing