The Saura, a Native American tribe of the North Carolina Piedmont region, knew the mountain as Jomeokee, meaning the Great Guide. The 2421’ quartzite crystal manadnock marks a point of uplift from a seafloor that existed roughly 600 million years ago. The 60′ quartzite cliffs of Pilot Mountain provide the perfect introduction to outdoor top-rope climbing. Your team will learn knots, belaying, climbing technique and safety management. This climbing expedition always provides plenty of challenge and creates lasting friendships!
Activity Level: Easy
If this trip is full, you can sign-up to be on the waitlist online, or by visiting the Campus Rec Main Office located (SRC 101). No payment is necessary when signing up for the waitlist. Priority is given to those first on the waitlist.