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5.2 - 5.11c; 30-140ft walls. long rows of rock up a hill. It's good climbing in most places, and the only climbing within a couple hours. Very rarely climbed, and so the trail is hard to find and the routes are dirty. Detailed info can be found at: people.whitman.edu/~pogue/climbing/dikesguide.html
Take HW 12 to Dayton and then turn south toward Bluewood. You'll see a ski sign. Follow that road 1.1 miles past middle point ridge and there will be parking on the Southeast side (left).
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