BETA PHOTO: The Pit from above.
The first area you come upon from the parking lot, there are a few excellent boulder problems that make this a nice place to warm up. Slick, polished slopers, and some thin crimpy problems, including the classic hard/scary problem One Slim Fish, the frustrating The Crack, and classic balancy V3 Twinkletoes.
From the Minnesota State Park office, head down towards the river. The Pit is below the first railing, to the left of the walkway. The best way down to the boulders is to scramble down the talus/retaining wall, or the path across the marsh opposite the route "Slicksides."
Climbing Season For the Minnesota Side Bouldering area.
Weather station 18.4 miles from here
10 Total Climbing Routes
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Classic Climbing Routes in The Pit
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Twinkletoes V3-4 6A+ MN
: Interstate SP (Taylors Fall...
: ... : The Pit
A classic boulder problem requiring balance, body tension, and tenacity. Start on the jug immediately to the right of The Crack. There is a foothold "on" about 3/4 feet to the right. Climb straight up on right-facing seams and slopers and make a muscley move to the lip. No part of the crack at left is "on."...[more] Browse More Classics in MN
BETA PHOTO: The Pit. The steep face in profile contains the pr...
By Sam Daley
From: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Jun 24, 2011
What climbs the face to the right of the Easy Slab?