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Hole-In-The-Wall Rock Climbing 

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Location: 43.4142, -89.7237 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Tradoholic on Oct 12, 2010


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BETA PHOTO: Hole-In-The-Wall. The namesake route goes through ...


Short wall with a few interesting climbs.

Getting There 

300ft east of Balanced Rock this can be access from above or by traversing east and up from Balanced Rock Wall and past Liederkranz. From the top Lirderkranz head directly east for about 100ft and slightly up the slope.

Climbing Season

Weather station 3.6 miles from here

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By Tradoholic
Jul 12, 2011
Left of Hole there looks to be a good face boulder problem with a good landing.
By Jeff Sssss
From: Chicago, IL
Nov 16, 2015
This place is a pain to find, I don't recommend it. Option 1: Scramble over loose talus from the base of balanced rock until you see hole-in-the-wall, and then scramble up more loose talus to the base. Option 2: Hike the easy trail from the top of balanced rock and then scramble over loose talus down to the top of hole-in-the-wall. But from the top, it's hard to know you're at the right place.

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