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Bluff One "Dihedral Area" 
Bluff One - The Amphitheater  

Scheuler's Ferry  

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Elevation: 550'
Location: 38.3425, -92.2259 View Map  Incorrect?
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A direct quote from Missouri Limestone Select

"Scheuler Ferry is a great limestone sport crag. Unlike most of its neighbors, Scheuler houses thirty plus bolt protected routes on quality limestone. Most of the routes are 5.10 or harder, including Missouri's largest concentration of 5.12's.

At Scheuler Ferry, steep is the name of the game. Steep, steep, steep. With great views, an easy approach, and a high concentration of quality routes, Scheuler's is sure to be one of the most sought-out limestone crag in the Midwest. All routes average fourty to seventy feet tall so one rope will get you off any route. A light rack and set of quickdraws should get you up anything at Scheuler Ferry."

-Sean Burns

Getting There 

From Jefferson City, head West on Highway 54. Take the exit for Highway B, and turn left to go South. Shortly after, Highway B will fork to the right. Follow Highway B to St. Thomas. As St. Thomas, hit your trip-set- button when you reach the big church. Go 1.4 miles to Scheuler Ferry Road and turn right. Follow this gravel road to its end at a boat ramp on the Osage River. Park at either side of the bridge.

Hike back up to the last green house and into the woods above it. An unmaintained trail leads uphill into the woods to the Bluff One.


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Weather station 17.0 miles from here

17 Total Routes

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

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