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Elevation: 930 ft 283 m
GPS: 44.15323, -88.29861
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Shared By: Peter Dodge on Dec 2, 2006
Admins: Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, chris tregge, Ben Strobel, Kyle Harding
Warning Access Issue: Parts of High Cliff are included in the DNR's State Natural Area program so please respect that and do not climb with ropes in areas that are signed as State Natural Areas. BOULDERING IS ALLOWED EVERYWHERE. DetailsDrop down

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Big Swing Face has been overlooked by many climbers at High Cliff. But it is become much more popular these days. The reason why it attracts most climbers is because it has a quality that most areas at High Cliff lack-- Overhangness (It's not a word, but you know what I mean). This is a great spot to burn out at the end of the day. The majority of the climbs are complete Jug-hauls.

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Getting to Big Swing Face is very simple. Follow the directions to get to The West Side. Once you get to the barrier boulders go left. Walk a little ways on the trail until you come to an intersection. To your left will be the Indian Effigy Mounds. To the right will be the access to the climb. Keep heading South down this access. This will bring you right to the base of the climb.

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