BETA PHOTO: First part of the wall as you walk up behind the b...
Several South and West facing boulders around the base of the bluff. Generally good rock it seems like. There's probably room for a couple more lines, though I'm not sure how many. Some of the rock on the bluff could be good, though the line we threw a rope down had several big flakes or blocks about ready to fall off.
Park at the Group Camp G lot, and walk up the horse trail. Walk about 25-50 feet past the bathrooms and walk straight into the woods on the right side of the path. You'll see the boulders almost right away.
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By Tony Brengosz
Apr 11, 2009
There is also probably at least two OK boulders on the hill in the group campsite.
From: Roanoke, VA La Crosse, WI
Apr 11, 2009
Excellent! There is a ton of exploration that needs to be done over there. I am glad you guys are getting out there to do it. Looks cool. I explored a bunch of that group site area (F, G, H etc) and there is def. some more to be done. I recall finding good tall rock in the furthest north group site on that road. Dont recall what letter site.
I think eventually I would be smart to post a map of areas have been explored, so that no one wastes time checking out crappy bluffs...Maybe later this week ill start on that...
From: Madison, WI
Apr 13, 2009
Nice work guys, these problems look excellent.