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Four Brothers  


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Submitted By: Tom Anderson-Brown on Apr 25, 2002
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Description 

Four Brothers is located to the south (down the slope) from the Leaning Tower Gully. The formation contains a handful of moderate climbs and sees less use than other spots along the East Rampart.

Getting There 

To access Four Brothers hike up the CCC Trail and turn right at Pedestal Buttress and contine on around D'Arcy's Buttress. You're now walking west along the top of the cliff. Once you reach Leaning Tower Gully descend the gully. At the bottom of the gully find the climbers trail heading down the slope away from the main cliff. Here you will find the Four Brothers formation.

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Weather station 3.7 miles from here

6 Total Routes

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"Catalepsy"

Catalepsy 5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b  WI : Devil's Lake : ... : Four Brothers
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By Paul Huebner
From: Portage, WI
Aug 19, 2007
This is a nice little spot to get away from the crowd and where you can teach a beginning climber to lead without an audience. There are two easy climbs (Gravel Pit 5.4 and Foliage 5.5) that have lots of pro placements.
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