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Huddleson Bluff is the massive formation that looms over the South Fork visible upstream and across from the Rolling Stone Wall. Like the Dorsal Fin, everyone eyes this outcrop and wonders what it holds, but to date, only one party is known to have actually climbed it. Regardless, Huddleson Bluff is approached by crossing the river, then scrambling up towards the left side of the bluff to access an exposed ledge system at the base of the face. Expect at least three hours to get to the base.
Park just upstream from the Road Warrior Wall. Cross the river and bushwack up to the base.
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Walk a ledge system until underneath the middle of the face. Use caution on the exposed and mossy ledges.P1) Start on a pillar with moderate free climbing up to a belay.P2) Move right under the roofs with some serious aid moves until able to surmount the roofs and move back left into the main crack system. There is likely a belay bolt at the end of the second roof.P3) A series of thin piton placements lead up a right-leaning crack to its end. From there, hook moves to the left turn into free c...[more] Browse More Classics in ID
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