Sundance is the biggest gem of granite at Lumpy Ridge and at over 800' tall, home to many multi-pitch classics, including the Kor's Flake, Mainliner, and Nose routes up this steep, south-facing cliff which sits at the far western end of the Ridge.
The Twin Owls are closed for much of each year due to Peregrine nesting, often through the middle of July. It is the steepest formation at Lumpy Ridge with a range of classic routes from 5.5 to 5.13 in difficulty and it possesses a summit of unparalleled views.
The Bookmark, although smaller than it's nearby neighbor the Book, is a high-quality crag with routes up to 4 pitcnes in length. It has a scenic summit and more complicated descents than other Lumpy Ridge formations.
The Book contains a variety of high quality face and crack climbing routes from 1 to 5 pitches in length and has the highest concentration of routes at Lumpy Ridge.