|A. Red Bird Statue Area
Home to the best climbing on the North side of the park. Several lines of good quality can be found here.
Red Bird Statue Area is just to the West of the Red Bird Statue.
Follow directions for the North side continue as below:
If approaching from "the first parking area on your left" locate a trail at the Northeast corner of the lot (by the toilets) and follow it to the cliffs. This trail will deposit you virtually on top of the Red Bird Statue Area.
If approaching from "the Observation Tower Parking area" follow the Red Bird Trail past Red Bird Statue until an obvious trail comes in from the left. You are now at the top of the Red Bird Statue Area.
An access gully is located just to the East of the top of the climbs.
10 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',8],['2 Stars',2],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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5.8 Crack 5.10 6b 20 VII- E2 5b Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 30'
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5.8 Crack 5.10 6b 20 VII- E2 5b WI
: High Cliff State Park
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The 5.8 crack is located on the north-facing cliff about 200 yards to the west of the Redbird statue. This route was originally described as a "classic 5.8". It is the leftmost route on a steep section of fair-quality rock.Pull up through the obvious crack system to the roof. Move right and grunt through some jugs to the top....[more] Browse More Classics in WI
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|Comments on A. Red Bird Statue Area
|By Peter Dodge|
From: Duluth, MN
Dec 19, 2006
Has anyone climbed to the left of the 5.8 Crack? I have always looked at it and I have heard it is nice climbing. Anybody else's advice?
|By Alex Oenes|
From: mpls, mn
Dec 13, 2009
Does anyone have any info on the small bouldering problem that starts under (beneath the overhang at the ground) the 5.6 in the redbird area? (this is the face that peaks outward about 30ft south of the main redbird wall - black and white steaked routes, etc)
It's pretty difficult to spot with all of the rocks beneath it, but well worth it for the fun moves (especially the start). Probably in the range of V3 PG13.