Rat Rock is the premiere location to boulder in Central Park. On a given day you can find local residents who have been at the crag for decades as well as tourists taking a break from New York's other offerings to enjoy the park. The scene here is as friendly as it is storied. Below are most of the featured routes as well as where they reside on the rock.
Cat Rock is a sunny crag with a variety of routes. Some can be a little sketchy, bring a partner and crash pad!
Tooth Rock a small molar shaped boulder with some tricky routes but right on a major pathway.
Chess Rock is a small assortment of easier friction climbs await you here.
Hepatitis Boulder has some swampy and challenging climbs off the beaten path.
Arch Rock has some nice climbs, bring a buddy and a pad to spot!
Freestanding Rock is a small boulder with a few warmups in a peaceful setting.
Split Rock is one massive sloping boulder cleaved in half leaves a lot of options for new routes and traverses.
Laskar Rock is located near the big bend in the road and the ice rink.
Westside Outcrops have a few nice climbs right on the west side of the park. There are ample benches, but bring a good pad to protect from broken glass!
Worthless Boulder is anything but what the name suggests. High quality climbs of all levels abound.
Shit Rock might be name for the first person to poop their pants here. A 17 foot slab dominates the area for those willing to brave it.
Roadside Boulder has some spicy climbs that aren't very often repeated. Bring a friend, a pad, and go early before there's a lot of traffic if you want to climb here.