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Location: WI : Devil's Lake : West Bluff - Great Tower (M... : Picnic Wall : Corked Lunch (5.7+)
By: Mike Sohasky When: Sep 13, 2012

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Comments: Great route name!

Location: WI : Devil's Lake : East Bluff - Potholes Area : Doorway Rocks - Minor Mass : A Cheval (5.6)
By: Mike Sohasky When: Sep 6, 2012

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Comments: Did this two weeks ago and was a bit confused on which crack A Cheval starts up. I climb the this lower slab with minimal gear, then had the option of taking the dihedral(right crack) or the left crack on or near the face. I took the left crack and the climb ending up being a bit contrived all the way to the top. I think I was off route...Beta on where to start on which crack?

Location: WI : Devil's Lake : East Bluff - Railroad Track... : Birthday Rocks : The Left Twin (5.7)
By: Mike Sohasky When: May 30, 2012

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Comments: Led this route this past weekend. Shallow gear running down the middle seam, but good/small horizontal ledges to the left of the crack 25 feet up for secure feet. Easier led than Right Twin. But worth time to climb it.

Location: WI : Devil's Lake : West Bluff - Great Tower (M... : Great Tower : The Great Crack (5.6)
By: Mike Sohasky When: Sep 12, 2011

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Comments: I found that a 4# cam comes in handy near the top in the obvious 10-12 feet of 6 inch wide crack which isn't a give away at 5.6. Fun route, a must do.

Location: WI : Devil's Lake : East Bluff - East Rampart : Two Pines Buttress : Schizophrenia (5.6)
By: Mike Sohasky When: Jun 27, 2011

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Comments: A bit of an akward start leading up and getting below nose to place gear. Fun route and good lead for new leaders who want a bit of a challenge 15 feet of the deck.

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