Slugg's Bluff Climbing
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jon jugenheimer, Paul Peppin
History (Admin Only): Paul Peppin edited this area Dec 27, 2019
All anchors need to be set up with gear or webbing. A few long pieces of webbing (50/75 foot) are required for top roping.
If you drive to the top of Slugg's Bluff, conciser staying for a night. There is an established metal fire ring next to the run down shed. There is pleanty of room for a few cars and tents. Access is unknown but locals on 4-wheelers drinking Milwaukee's Best told us it was legit (take that how you will)
I intend on establishing some rappel anchors, trad chains, and a few sport climbs winter/spring of 2010. Please contact me if more information if needed.
MORE ROUTES TO BE POSTED!!!
Drive south down County Road 553. 5-8 minutes after Marquette Mountain, turn right on Co Road 480 at the stop sing. Drive west until you each a 4-way stop, turn left on road 35. Drive south. You will see the Palmer Mine to your right, you know you will be getting close.
Top access: (This road eventually becomes rough, so be wear) Right before you drive into the town of Palmer, turn left on Anderson Road/Co Road Mb. Continue down an old paved road until you come to a power line clearing. Turn left down a dirt road until you see the cliff
Bottom access: Drive into the town of Palmer. Turn left on Isabella ave. Go straight while Isabella ave joins Richmond Road/Co Road Mc. Keep going east. Turn left at Anderson Road/Co Road Mb. The Cliff should be visible. Park on the turn out next to the old house foundation. Follow a faint trail up to the bottom of the cliff.
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