North Carolina | Holloway Mountain

6/20/2018
Forecast   High / Low Precip. Wind (gust) / Humidity
Jun 20
chance of  thunderstorms
79°
65°
30%
26% PM
9 mph (19 mph)
70% humidity
 
Conditions: Chance of thunderstorms. 0.10 inches of rain possible.
Jun 21
slight chance of light rain showers
76°
63°
65%
58% PM
8 mph (18 mph)
84% humidity
 
Conditions: Slight chance of light rain showers. 0.30 inches of rain possible.
Jun 22
chance of  thunderstorms
73°
63°
73%
60% PM
5 mph (13 mph)
88% humidity
 
Conditions: Chance of thunderstorms. 0.52 inches of rain possible.
Jun 23
slight chance of light rain showers
76°
62°
36%
16% PM
10 mph
77% humidity
 
Conditions: Slight chance of light rain showers.
Jun 24
chance of light rain showers
79°
63°
44%
27% PM
8 mph
80% humidity
 
Conditions: Chance of light rain showers.
Jun 25
chance of light rain showers
78°
63°
56%
19% PM
5 mph
83% humidity
 
Conditions: Chance of light rain showers.
Jun 26
slight chance of light rain showers
75°
60°
18%
--
5 mph
87% humidity
 
Conditions: Slight chance of light rain showers.
Forecast updated 42 minutes ago
Climbing Resources
Sunrise/SunsetSunrise / Sunset: 6:08 AM / 8:48 PM
ElevationElevation: 3,359 feet
Climbing Map
Climbing Area Description
Holloway Mountain is a fantastic area for new climbers. The top access to the rock allows for easy toprope setup, but make sure to bring static line, slings or cordelette, because the wall is lacking bolted anchors. There are a couple of bolted sport routes at Holloway, including Changeling, a 5.12. There are also some great trad leads as well.

The rock gets the sun in the afternoon, which allows for great conditions all year round if it isn't snowing. Weekends can occasionally be crowded, especially in summer, but weekdays are a great time to hit up Holloway.

Holloway is used by Appalachian State University's Recreation Management program to teach climbing site facilitation, and is also utilized by several other local schools for outdoor education, so it is possible to run into a group of students while climbing. They typically stick to the right side of the rock.