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From: kalamazoo, mi
Oct 31, 2009
This area is littered with beer cans- if you are going to hike up there bring a garbage bag to pack out the cans.
This area was dry and climbable after a full day of rain.
please protect trees if top roping, a pad of carpet between your slings and the tree.
By Doug Hemken
Jul 5, 2011
Access is down a well-worn gully on the South end of the formation, as the trail begins to traverse under rocks to the left.
We pulled out a few beer cans - they are worse at Tomahawk and Monolith. We also had a few pebbles tossed down on us by kids.