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Elevation: 955 ft
GPS: 44.16101, -88.29046
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Shared By: Peter Dodge on Dec 31, 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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This little rock houses some short but sweet routes. The block is maybe 8 feet tall, but it will keep you occupied for awhile. It is very pocketed limestone which will make some of the routes interesting if you are selective of the holds.

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To get to the Black Pearl, take a left at the 'T' intersection and park in the first parking lot on your left (Pet Area parking). Take the trail on the left side of the parking for a little ways. Go until you meet up with the main gravel trail (Red Bird trail). Take a right and walk until you see it on top of the bluff on your left, facing the trail.

Alternatively, walk down from the Red Bird memorial and it will be on your right.

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Classic Climbing Routes at The Black Pearl

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V4 6B
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The Curse
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The Curse
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V4 6B Boulder
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