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Submitted By: Jon Marek on Nov 13, 2009
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BETA PHOTO: Cairn | To reach the King Fu Boulders. Follow the ...
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This area is on private property and is currently closed to climbing.



Getting There 

Behind Quarry

24 Total Routes

['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',14],['2 Stars',7],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]

The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Kung Fu Boulders:
Fists of Fury   V-easy 3     Boulder, 15'   Bruce Lee Wall
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Featured Route For Kung Fu Boulders
The left side of the arete

Too Short V5 6C  MN : Swede's Forest : ... : Wee Munter Wall
Climb the overhanging arete! Sit start low with your left hand on the slopping undercling and your right hand on the poor crimp pinch. Work your way up the arete. If you find yourself using the large crack to the right than you should rethink your beta....[more]   Browse More Classics in MN

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By Chris Craft
Nov 26, 2009

Jon are these the problems on the first boulder you encounter as you hike back on the two track road from the parking area?

Also, the other problems you were asking me about (Swedish Meatballs, Swedish Lightning, Swedish Slopers) are on the other boulder approximately 200 feet from the aforementioned boulder.

By Jacob Gerber
Nov 15, 2011

Just a heads up that the Kung Fu Boulders are apparently on private land. The land owner came across us last weekend while he was out deer hunting. We didn't talk with him much as he and his party were carrying guns, but he seemed friendly. I am not sure that they would ever notice anyone out there if they weren't out hunting but be careful and be respectful. Maybe someone would like to talk to the land owner and see if we could have legal access a la Sandstone. Unfortunately we didn't get his name.