BETA PHOTO: Richard cleaning out the bottom of the crack to th...
A handfull of sweet climbs and potential for some great bouldering in this area! Ten minutes from downtown Duluth lies an area with good exposure, decent quality rock and a feeling of being in a much wilder area. The only downside is the shortness of the climbs. Routes like Skittle Phlegm and Remember the Fallen should go on forever! Stick to the green flagged trail to prevent errosion.
Park at the SHT pull off and cross the road. Take the SHT to get to the top of the climbs (1/4 mile) or better yet, follow the green flagged trail to lead or boulder.
Weather station 7.7 miles from here
8 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',2],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',1]
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Skittle Phlegm 5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b MN
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This hidden gem of Duluth is one of the most asthetic climbs in town. Starting with off-width and ending with hands, this crack should be 200 feet long! But it's not. The crack is 20 to 25 feet. The finish is a mantle to a small ledge and a couple easy moves to top out. Don't let the 5.6 rating fool you...this is a sweet route and may be a touch sandbagged if your crack technique is iffy. Go climb it now......[more] Browse More Classics in MN
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BETA PHOTO: Chris Harkness and Andrew creating a safe landing ...
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BETA PHOTO: Me rapping in to clean the Alien Wall.
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From: Duluth Mn
May 17, 2008
To get to the established bouldering following the bright orange flagging. The trail starts in the same spot as the the green flagging.
By chris deulen
From: Merriam, Kansas
Jul 17, 2008
There is now another entrance with a good trail marked with orange flagging, leading from the newly developed areas of South Little Foxx all the way to Skittle Phlegm. Please stay on the trail to the best of your ability. Much thanks to Richard, Andrew, Chris Harkness, J-Lo, and the Brewhouse (for the most necessary supplies!) for the cleanup job.
From: Duluth, MN
Jul 18, 2008
Good job gang...nice to see the boulders getting some attention!