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The Sizzlefoot Wall is one of the most visible sections of rock at Taylors, and hosts several very hard topropes including Genetic Control (5.13a) and Sizzlefoot (5.12b). There are some nice warmup boulder problems, as well as a challenging classic V3-4, Miasma.
Walk from the Park Office down the ramp towards to the river. The Sizzlefoot wall at the bottom of the ramp to the left, and is a long 50 foot wall with a few boulders at the base.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Sizzlefoot Wall:
Bad Habit V0-1 4+ Boulder, 6'
Fat Man Traverse V2 5+ Boulder, 12'
No Hands Face V2 5+ Boulder, 10'
Miasma V4 6B Boulder, 8'
Sizzlefoot V4 6B R TR, Boulder, 20'
Genetic Control V7-8 7B R TR, Boulder, 20'
Featured Route For Sizzlefoot Wall
No Hands Face V2 5+ MN : Interstate SP (Taylors Fall... : ... : Sizzlefoot Wall
The face to the right of Bad Habit; this is the downclimb, and an easy upclimb on nice edges. The No Hands is a twist on the game, and a challenge. No using hands, elbows, wrists until you can grab the lip. You have to commit for it!...[more] Browse More Classics in MN
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