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|Location:||43.4624, -88.5865 View Map Incorrect?|
|Administrators:||Doug Hemken, Chris treggE, Kristine Hoffman (sitewide)|
|Submitted By:||John W. Knoernschild on Jun 3, 2008|
|re: Looking for a potential partner around christmas||AstroDood||8 hours ago|
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By James M Schroeder
From: Sauk County, WI
Jun 3, 2008
|Looks sweet John|
By John W. Knoernschild
Jun 3, 2008
|Hope to see you there James.|
By Erik Olson
Jul 3, 2008
By Nathan E
Jul 14, 2008
|We did some climbing around here when we were desperate, and I've read that others did a while ago. I remember a really short tower with a rap from a tree branch. I believe UW did/does their final trip for the rappelling course here too.|
By Andy N.
From: Milwaukee, WI
May 25, 2014
Wow, all the comments here are over 5 years old. This area is still relatively untouched and unknown. I just discovered this area recently, and during Memorial Day weekend there were kids running around and exploring, but no serious climbers.
With a handful of exceptions, much of the rock is in pretty tough shape, either enveloped in moss or falling apart. That said, with some care and a bit of cleaning, there are a few select areas with top-rope potential towards the north of the park — adjacent to the camping area — and at least a dozen undiscovered/unestablished boulder problems.
I'm living ~15 min away for the next 3 months; some new lines should be popping up on here soon.
From: Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
May 25, 2014
Being only 47 minutes from Milwaukee's Zoo Interchange it gives us Milwaukee folks something to play on.
This place is rough, dirty and virtually undeveloped but counter that with easy access, minimal travel time and a few good routes/problems and it begs the question: why not?
Climbing here is not officially banned nor promoted so keep a low profile. Most visitors are friendly and curious, but park staff may not be.
By Bob Woods
From: Appleton, WI
Jul 23, 2014
|Been out here cleaning and uncovering some really good problems with a ton of potential for harder stuff too me and my climbing partner will be out here the next few Saturdays if anyone wants to come out and join the brush party|