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Routes = 10
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All 230 | Routes 9 | Areas | Photos 10 | Page Improvements | Comments 99 | Posts 31 | Stars 73 | Ratings 8
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Contributed Routes

Name Rating Type Location Date

Friday Night Fever (FA)

V0 4 (1)

Boulder, 16'

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : North Shore

Apr 9, 2014

Mini me (FA)

V1 5 (1)

Boulder, 10'

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : North Shore

Apr 9, 2014

Little Lia (FA)

V1 5 (1)

Boulder, 12'

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : North Shore

Apr 9, 2014

Red Slab (FA)

V0 4 (1)

Boulder, 18'

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : West of CCC trail/Talus

Mar 29, 2014

Z's Arete (FA)

V1 5 (1)

Boulder, 10'

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : West of CCC trail/Talus

Mar 29, 2014

Z's Face (FA)

V2 5+ (1)

Boulder, 12'

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : West of CCC trail/Talus

Mar 29, 2014

White Vein (FA)

V3 6A (1)

Boulder, 14'

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : West of CCC trail/Talus

Mar 29, 2014

Easy Life (FA)

V2 5+ (2)

Boulder, 14'

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : West of CCC trail/Talus

Mar 29, 2014

Pulling Downs (FA)

V5 6C (2)

Boulder, 14'

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : West of CCC trail/Talus

Mar 29, 2014

Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Rock Climbing Photo: FNF

FNF

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : Friday Night Fever (V0)

Apr 9, 2014

Rock Climbing Photo: Mini me - use both aretes to gain top

Mini me - use both aretes to gain top

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : Mini me (V1)

Apr 9, 2014

Rock Climbing Photo: Little Lia with Horseshoes and Handgrenades in the...

Little Lia with Horseshoes and Handgrenades in the back ground.

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : Little Lia (V1)

Apr 9, 2014

Rock Climbing Photo: Z's arete and Z's face from Pulling Downs.

Z's arete and Z's face from Pulling Downs.

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : Z's Arete (V1)

Mar 30, 2014

Rock Climbing Photo: SDS using right arete and small feet to establish ...

SDS using right arete and small feet to establish on face then to top.

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : Z's Arete (V1)

Mar 29, 2014

Rock Climbing Photo: Z's face and Z's arete from Pulling Downs.

Z's face and Z's arete from Pulling Downs.

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : Z's Face (V2)

Mar 29, 2014

Rock Climbing Photo: Start standing in pit and use underclings and smal...

Start standing in pit and use underclings and small feet to reach top.

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : Z's Face (V2)

Mar 29, 2014

Rock Climbing Photo: Start far left over a block and traverse arete to ...

Start far left over a block and traverse arete to apex and top out.

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : White Vein (V3)

Mar 29, 2014

Rock Climbing Photo: SDS on right side of face. move to arete and follo...

SDS on right side of face. move to arete and follow arete to apex and top out

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : Easy Life (V2)

Mar 29, 2014

Rock Climbing Photo: SDS in center of face and climb straight to apex.

SDS in center of face and climb straight to apex.

WI : Devil's Lake : ... : Pulling Downs (V5)

Mar 29, 2014

Contributed Comments

 

Location: WI : Devil's Lake : Devil's Lake Bouldering : East Bluff Bouldering : East Bluff Southeast : ... : The Flatiron (V4)
By: Terry Kieck When: May 6, 2016

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Comments: It is true the climbing movement of the problem has not changed but the aesthetics of the classic has. As I look through the classic photos of the problem, its the way I remember the first time I did it some 20 years ago. No pad, flat dirt landing and a small rock just outside the LZ - the way Gill first did it. The chance for people to repeat that piece of history is forever altered. my 2 cents


Location: WI : Devil's Lake : Devil's Lake Bouldering : East Bluff Bouldering : East Bluff Southeast : ... : Mezzanine Credit (V2-3)
By: Terry Kieck When: Apr 2, 2016

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Comments: Did this face in about 2001-02. Could never manage to add a sit start. very thin and vertical. I like the names. I never named the face or arete. Thanks for posting the problem.


Location: WI : Devil's Lake : Devil's Lake Bouldering : East Bluff Bouldering : East Bluff Southeast : ... : Mezzanine Arete (V0)
By: Terry Kieck When: Apr 2, 2016

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Comments: Hey James, I did this back in about 2001-02. This and the face are good additions to a flat iron area circuit.


Location: WI : Devil's Lake : Devil's Lake Bouldering : East Bluff Bouldering : East Bluff Southeast : ... : The Flatiron (V4)
By: Terry Kieck When: Nov 11, 2015

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Comments: I was up on the east bluff yesterday afternoon and noticed the landing for the flat iron is now asphalt. The rock on the left side of the landing zone is gone. I was only an issue for the left side variations. The CCC trail has been getting some maintenance this fall and this area was part of it. Any way, the Classic has been altered.

Maybe they will fill in some holes in the LZ's for some talus problems!


Location: WI : Devil's Lake : Devil's Lake Bouldering : South Bluff Bouldering : The Reserve : ... : The Bottle (V4)
By: Terry Kieck When: Sep 29, 2015

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Comments: It was done about 10 years ago. I've always referred to it as "the bottle". it looks like an upside down bottle to me. Two guys that I met at the reserve one Sunday afternoon and I worked it out and sent it. One of them sent the problem first but I don't know their name. We gave it a V4 that day as well.


Location: WI : Devil's Lake : Devil's Lake Bouldering
By: Terry Kieck When: May 19, 2015

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Comments: Great video! No surprise Big Bud was #1. Classic! The video shows the start on the left arete. The traditional start is on the right arete smearing the feet high and throwing for the break. I think it adds a be bit more fun to the problem.


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