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BETA PHOTO: Mike's Boulders. Mike's Left/Right. OPJ to the rig...


Wisconsin Side of Interstate Park, directly across from old boat launch on Minnesota side. Large block w/ sloping angled ridge up middle face. Mike's Left, V7, on the left of the sloping ridge...Mike's Right, V9, to the right of the sloping ridge.

Getting There 

Park 2nd parking area Wisco side, (parking strip along roadside). Hike trail right & up hill, take trail leading down to rivers edge (not Echo Trail), (take mostly left turns). Once at river, hike to right until trail starts to go back up hill, hop the rocks in front of you and you're there...right along the river.

Climbing Season

For the Interstate State Park area.

Weather station 2.0 miles from here

2 Total Climbing Routes

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

Classic Climbing Routes in Mike's Boulder

Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Mike's Boulder:
Mikes Left   V7 7A+     Boulder, 13'   
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Rock Climbing Photo: Kris about to do the dyno.

Mikes Left V7 7A+  WI : Interstate State Park : Mike's Boulder
Start on left large undercling/sidepull jug. Using sloping ridge & small pocket up & left, climb up to good sidepull higher on ridge, & dyno to high out. Beta is very height dependant...using a knee bar to get to the small sharp pocket is a possiblity if you're exactly the right size....[more]   Browse More Classics in WI

Photos of Mike's Boulder Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Starting hand on Mike's Left.
Starting hand on Mike's Left.
Rock Climbing Photo: The red line is "off" for Mike's Right. ...
BETA PHOTO: The red line is "off" for Mike's Right. ...
Rock Climbing Photo: The approach to Mike's Boulder. Walk up this trail...
BETA PHOTO: The approach to Mike's Boulder. Walk up this trail...
Rock Climbing Photo: Tiny Bubbles wall. Just up to the left from Mike's...
BETA PHOTO: Tiny Bubbles wall. Just up to the left from Mike's...
Rock Climbing Photo: Easier warm-up problems to the left of Mike's Boul...
BETA PHOTO: Easier warm-up problems to the left of Mike's Boul...
Rock Climbing Photo: Mike's Boulder
BETA PHOTO: Mike's Boulder

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By Nathan Migdal
From: Bloomington, mn
Jun 10, 2010
It seems like a good idea to warm up here by doing a few laps on the face w/out eliminations. Any guess at the V grade for all holds on? V3 maybe?
By Nathan Migdal
From: Bloomington, mn
Jun 13, 2010
Okay. So (from the beta photo) 'red holds' in close reach of 'yellow holds' are still on for Mike's Left, whereas Mike's Right is only 'red holds'? This means those yellow-circled holds in the photo aren't the only ones "on route" for Mike's Left, since it's not an eliminate. Do I understand that right or is my learning disability holding me back again? I bring this up Nic because my style is a bit different from most climbers. I like to use small holds/moves availible on a problem as opposed to going straight for big reaches to good holds... most of the time :)
By Jonathan Williams
From: Minneapolis
Jun 16, 2010
Your learning disability is probably holding you back. Try again once you finish high school.
By Dylan Colon
From: Eugene, OR
Mar 10, 2012
Does anyone know who added the really old bolt to the top of this boulder?

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