BETA PHOTO: MIddle Left
South facing great for winter climbing on warmer days with sun. In summer better to start in morning and bring bug spray of course. Great collection of climbs from 5.5 to 5.11+. Most routes on the left and middle are accessible from the top so they can be TR'd. To setup TR's on the right side of wall tie into middle anchors and gently traverse right to the next anchors. Sometimes you can downclimb to the ledge other times you might have to go up and over. But highly recommend you tie in at the anchors so as not to slide off.
If leading, beware of multiple ledges to avoid ankle injuries.
You can climb on Diagonals and Sax walls in the winter when it is 40 degrees or higher on a sunny day no wind. Diagonals faces south and Sax faces west. Sax comes into the sun at 12:30pm. It is a little Dutch Oven sheltered from the wind. Enjoy! almost year round....
Same access as Sax Wall.
Weather station 7.3 miles from here
14 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',9],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]
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06) FBBMEAJMFFAMEUFA 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c MN
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Easy ramp. Look out for falling on iron bars, we tried to bolt so you wouldn't hit them. I even put in another bolt after the fact to doubly protect it. Could be a ball sack ripper if your a guy, not sure what to say for the ladies. Angle up the diagonal left.If you belayer is a skinny 90 pound when wet, you might want to tie them in or they will go for a huge swing on free top-rope.Name dedicated to a climber that was trying to describe how to 'properly' label first ascents on lead, but on some...[more] Browse More Classics in MN
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BETA PHOTO: Diagonals Right side
Carter Stritch on corner route
By Jack and family
Jun 8, 2013
Some fun climbs on this wall.
One of the routes above the pit, just right of Ramp/Barron, had some confusing anchors at the top.
There were two sets of anchors at the top of the route (#8 maybe?). The outside set was typical of the area: glue-in bolts with chains and rap rings. The inside set had bolts with hangers, one of which was loose.
Both sets showed some wear, and the loose hangar had some rust on it.
Great area! My daughter loved climbing Barron.
I hope to stop in again before mosquito season kicks off.