Elevation: 1,041 ft
GPS: 43.867, -89.878 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Remo on Aug 8, 2008
Admins: Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, chris tregge
Access Issue: Quincy Bluff is a State Natural Area. Bouldering is allowed, but not roped climbing. Details

Description

Quincy is a cool little area with high quality problems. There aren't a lot of problems here, but what's here is classic and worth the trip. Established by Paul Jones, The Main boulder is the big attraction, but other fun climbs can be found in the area.

Getting There

Just off 16th Ct in Adams County.

Quincy Bluff is located west of Rattlesnake Mound. If heading north on Hwy 13 turn left onto County HWY H. Take H west to Evergreen Ave. Turn right and follow Evergreen to 16th Dr. Turn right here and head north. Quincy is a few miles up on your right hand side. There is a small dirt parking lot with a State Natural Area sign. Walk the left trail to the bluff. The Main Boulder is at the far end of the rim. Boulders are scattered here.

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