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This crag is actually in Canada, so you will have to clear Canadian customs on Sandpoint lake or have an RABC permit. These two crags offer some moderate sport routes and trad routes. The warmup wall is about 40' tall and has 3 routes. There is some more potential, but it needs a bit of cleaning.
After clearing customs on Sandpoint lake, continue north through King Williams narrows. After passing through King Williams go east into Clearwater bay. After passing a small island there will be a larger island to the east. Make sure you go on the north side of that island. Continue to the end of Clearwater bay. On the far east corner is the channel into David lake. Follow this channel toward David lake.
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Mermar 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c Sport, 1 pitch, 60'
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Secret Hurl 5.7+ 5a 15 V+ MVS 4b MN : Crane Lake (MN/CA border) : Secret Lake and Warmup wall
An excellent and varied trad route. Bolted anchor so the route can also be top-roped as a warm up. Follow the prominent crack up the tree half-way up the route. Gear is a little smaller through here but there are ample opportunities for good placements. The second half of the route starts out thin but progressively gets larger until you reach the large intimidating roof split by a crack. Figure out a way through this and reach the bolted anchors or top out. Descent is either rappelling the route...[more] Browse More Classics in MN
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