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The Bulge

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Submitted By: Paul Campbell on Apr 22, 2007
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Nice roof to the north of the majority of Red Bird climbs, easier climbs on either side. The actual Bulge looks pretty hard, on either side are some very do able climbs. Starts are kind of bouldery.

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From setting up the top-ropes for Red Bird go north a bit more (50ish feet) and the Bulge should be visable. Same access route as the Red Bird climbs.

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

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Law of Nature

Law of Nature 5.9- 5c 17 VI HVS 4c  WI : High Cliff State Park : ... : The Bulge
The Law of Nature is a beautifully looking crack with in a fierce looking roof.The line follows the crack up to the roof. It jets out from here and then boldly forges straight up. A great warm-up for the much pumpy routes to its left. Offers lay-backs, hand jams, and delicate foot work getting over the roof....[more]   Browse More Classics in WI

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This is the main face. They seem like short climbs, but they are very pumpy. The "bulge" is a lot bigger in real life. Route info. will be coming soon.
BETA PHOTO: This is the main face. They seem like short climbs...
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By Peter Dodge
From: Duluth, MN
Jun 6, 2007

This is definitely where High Cliff's next "hard" routes are coming from.