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One of the nice boulders out at Owl's Cliff. This one is found by taking a spur off to the left a few hundred feet, a few hundred yards before you get to the Oracle boulders. It has good climbing almost all the way around it, and a nice flat landing. Dave Quinn developed most of the routes here. I'm not sure if he ever gave it a name.
Owl's from the Kanc
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Trail map to Owl cliff. Ride bikes on the logging roads to the clearing, leave bikes here and take overgrowing skidder trail right of good road until you gain the good road again. Follow this right a short distance, you will come to a very small stream. Bushwack left here to a skidder/game trail follow this to the oracle boulder. Go right here to get to the right cliff and left to the main wall. With a bike and not getting lost the approach will take about 90/120 minutes. Good luck and have fun!
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By M Sprague
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From: New England
Jan 13, 2012

The bushwhack is just past(east of) a little stream and a yellow arrow on a tree and is now well marked with cairns, so should be easy to follow. The cut-off shortcut earlier is not really necessary if you are having a hard time finding it, only saving a few minutes, and if you are bringing your bike higher for the ride down it is probably better to skip it.( It's rougher for pushing your bike)

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Trail map to Owl cliff. Ride bikes on the logging roads to the clearing, leave bikes here and take overgrowing skidder trail right of good road until you gain the good road again. Follow this right a short distance, you will come to a very small stream. Bushwack left here to a skidder/game trail follow this to the oracle boulder. Go right here to get to the right cliff and left to the main wall. With a bike and not getting lost the approach will take about 90/120 minutes. Good luck and have fun!

Submitted By: Glenn Cilley on Jul 9, 2010
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