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The Labyrinth boasts the highest concentration of quality bouldering the Wichita Mountains has yet to offer. The area gets loads of sun, but there are some really stellar problems that get shade for hot summer days. It can get pretty windy sometimes, but that's typical of Oklahoma. The rock quality is topnotch, especially for the Wichitas, and the problems are stellar and offer a huge variety of climbing.
All I can say is that the Labyrinth is in the Wichita Mountains, and the approach for the lower sector is maybe 5 to 10 minutes from the vehicle. For more information just contact me and we'll set something up.
Weather station 5.2 miles from here
5 Total Routes
['4 Stars',4],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
Featured Route For The Labyrinth
The Karman Line V8-9 7B+ OK
: Wichita Wildlife Refuge
: The Labyrinth
The Karman Line is the hardest line to date at the Labyrinth. It took me well over 100 tries to complete, only because I constantly fell off the first move over and over, but also because there is an upper crux that had me baffled for a long time. It is one of the few stand start problems out there, though there is a sit start that would bump the grade up a bit. Start off the obvious crimp, pull into a shoulder intensive gaston, and crank past it. Then follow the insecure crack to the second cru...[more] Browse More Classics in OK
Latest Regional Forum Messages
From: Weatherford, OK
Dec 30, 2010
To see all the problems the Labyrinth has to offer, as well as some other short clips of some problems at Quartz and at the Pear and Apple boulders, check our vimeo page at vimeo.com/user3908740/videos/s...
By Marcus garcia
From: Durango, Co.
Jul 7, 2011
we have climbed many of these problems for a long time. We just never named them. There is a lot of bouldering in the wichitas. I have climbed many probelms in the area of the robot rock area.
By Steven Childers
From: dallas, tx
Nov 17, 2011
This place looks pretty amazing, does anyone have directions on how to get to this location?
By Ryan Sheldon
From: Oklahoma City, OK
Mar 24, 2014
The Labyrinth is not in The Wichita Mountains. It is on private property just outside of the refuge.