Elevation: 1,376 ft
GPS: 43.4, -89.743 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Jay Knower on May 1, 2007
Admins: Burton Lindquist, Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, chris tregge
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Description

The Burma Road Bouldering area feels a bit like the Reserve.  There are plenty of good, classic lines, it’s a short approach and there are just as many climbs as the Reserve.  On top of that the quartzite melds with sandstone in spots, which is great and unique.

These boulders, however, offer a good chance for a quick workout as the approach is simple and the landings are generally good.

Getting There

Drive about halfway down Burma Road, about 1.1 mile from the intersection of Burma Road and South Shore Road., While driving you will see a tree on your right that formally had a steel cable around it, the scar still remains. Park there. A faint trial will be to your left.
Walk east, straight into the woods. You should see the boulders in about five minutes.

Parking Spot GPS: N 43'24.005 W089'44.786

Burma Boudering GPS: N 43'24.031 W089'44.608

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The fact that this place has got a decent concentration of good problems, and probably the shortest/easiest approach at the lake with the exception of the north shore bouldering makes me wonder why it doesn't see more traffic. May 17, 2010