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This little crag is nice for hot days. It is north facing and tends to be a little wet a few days after it rains. If you are looking for social interaction with dogs and day hikers, this is a great place to climb if you have time constraints.
Drive north down CO 550 towards Big Bay. Cross the Dead River bridge and turn right into the Noquemanon Trail Network parking lot. Walk down the main trail and hang your first right. Follow distinct large trail until you reach the large outcrop on your left. 5-8 minute walk
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Crack 5.6 4c 14 V S 4b Trad, TR, 25'
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Crack 5.6 4c 14 V S 4b MI : Marquette : R.O.T.C. Rock
This is the most distinct line on the wall. Climb up on a solid flake to gain the hand crack. Use face holds and crack to gain a ledge. Then continue up on easy 5th class to the top. Large trees for TR or belay ...[more] Browse More Classics in MI