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Tyrolean Tower

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Submitted By: Tradoholic on Oct 17, 2010

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Very cool tower and a nice face to the south.

Getting There 

175 ft north of Tree Tower and 100ft from the west bluff trail. Take the access gully on the south side.

Climbing Season

Weather station 3.7 miles from here

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This is the direct finish to "No Way Down". A double direct version is in Sven's guidebook as "Tyrolean Tower" and starts at the "Southeast rounded corner" of the tower and is rated at 5.10d. I looked at the corner and didn't see any pro whatsoever so I led this version instead....[more]   Browse More Classics in WI

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This is the face to the left of the tower. "L...
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Potential boulder problem directly above T Tower. ...
BETA PHOTO: Potential boulder problem directly above T Tower. ...

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By Tradoholic
Oct 18, 2010
There doesn't look to be a good way off the tower. Beta?
By Tradoholic
Apr 9, 2011
To get off this tower lower your second down to the north platform and then use them as an anchor to rap off the opposite side. String the rope through an old piton with a new quick-link so ensure the rope doesn't slide off.

The top anchor is VERY sketchy. I strung together 4 small wires on the south side and girth hitched a dead tree leaning against the towers back side. Good luck!
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