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Mar 19, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: here comes johnny
. J Marsella
From Berthoud, CO
Joined Jul 3, 2010
1,736 points
Mar 19, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: Backflip, Lumpy Ridge
No, the river bluffs are crumbly choss. Not much to do there except the state capitol and Dakota Mart. John Klooster
From Arvada, CO
Joined Dec 12, 2004
21 points
Mar 19, 2012
It'd be best to buy a fishing pole.

But the good part is you'll be fairly close to the Black Hills (2+ hours to the goods). Bring your gear and visit some classic Conn routes!

Have fun exploring.

Mike Wysuph
From Broomfield, CO
Joined Dec 7, 2007
6 points
Mar 26, 2012
I'm originally from Rapid City, but relocated to Pierre about 3 years ago for work. Zero climbing and, frankly, not much of anything besides fishing and hunting. I've taken up parkour and buildering to satisfy my climbing urges, but frequent trips to the Black Hills are a necessity. Although it sounds like you are familiar with corn hole, so you should be able to stave off boredom over a short stay in our lovely Capitol city....... Michael Houdyshell
From Rapid City, SD
Joined Oct 7, 2004
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