The Boneyards Rock Climbing
To the Boneyards.
A popular spot for tourists, there are a few excellent classics in the Boneyards, including one of the most difficult established problems in the Midwest, the sit-down start to Left Of Lloyds, named "The Sporting Life" (V12). Other classics include Nanhole (V1), Spider Tracks (V3) and a handful of other nice easier problems.
Walk from the Park Office down towards the river. Pass The Pit (immediately at left from the ramp/path to the river) and Tourist Rocks (immediately right of the ramp/path), and then walk left past the Sizzlefoot Area. Walk straight, another 50 feet, up a few stairs, and into the Boneyards.
At the left of the pine tree at the entrance is Left of Left of Lloyd's. This small section of the wall hosts most of the hard routes.
Weather station 18.4 miles from here
15 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',5],['2 Stars',8],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in The Boneyards
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for The Boneyards:
Featured Route For The Boneyards
Left of Lloyd's V11 8A MN
: Interstate SP (Taylors Fall...
: ... : The Boneyards
This short power problem is THE classic hard route at Taylors Falls, along with the Cave Traverse. Stand start at a good left hand gaston edge, and a right undercling, with glassy feet. A thin undercling leads to a difficult deadpoint into a three finger pod, and a big move up right to a sloper. A good, thin foothold recently broke on this climb, making the deadpoint move more difficult, but appears still do-able. The old grade was V11, the new grade is yet to be determined. Expect it to be V11-...[more] Browse More Classics in MN
across from bomber b2 pit