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Logging Road Boulders

Logging Road Boulders  


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Submitted By: Tony Brengosz on Dec 4, 2009
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Juggy face on one of the boulders.

Description 

A couple of boulders just off of a big trail/old logging road. Some of the rock seemed to be standard Devil's Lake quartzite, but other parts are kind of half way between quartzite and sandstone.

Getting There 

These directions aren't the best, but I've included the GPS coordinates. Park as close to the railroad tracks as possible at the south shore lot(not the boat landing), and start walking east down the tracks. Walk until you see the 170 marker on the south side of the tracks and head uphill. After a while you should come across a trail marked with orange tape that runs south-west, I followed this until I didn't see anymore tape. Continue walking south-west and hopefully you should stumble upon an old logging road. Walk a little way on this until you see the boulders maybe 50 yards off the trail on your right.
GPS: N 43 23.524' W 89 42.731'

Climbing Season



Weather station 4.3 miles from here


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Very crimpy face just around the corner from the j...
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The second boulder
The second boulder

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By Tony Brengosz
Dec 4, 2009
Sorry about the photos, they aren't very good because I forgot the memory card for the real camera and took these with my phone.
By John W. Knoernschild
From: Wisconsin
Dec 7, 2009
Nice find Tony.
By Tradoholic
May 4, 2011
Best way to this place is to park on the south side of the park at the end of Halweg Rd and hike the fire road into the woods. After ~.5mi hike east into the woods. Using GPS is best.

However, not too much to climb here.