Skillet Creek Bouldering Climbing
|GPS:||43.43, -89.754 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Paul Campbell on May 7, 2011|
|Admins:||Burt Lindquist, Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, Chris treggE|
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DescriptionA secluded crag at the North West corner of Devil's Lake land. Featuring one of the most unique and largest overhanging features in the park. There is a small amount of cliff that is taller (30 to 35ft) and may be worthy of leading but most stuff is 10ft to 25ft tall.
Rock across Skillet Creek is on private land. Please stay within park boundaries.
Getting ThereThere is no established trail to this area of the park. The easiest way to get there from Baraboo is to drive up South Shore Rd. like you are heading to the West Bluff emergency trail. After you pass the last house on the west of South Shore Rd. park next to the first electric pole on the right of the road.
From here the boulders are about 10 minutes west into the woods. Jump over a small creek and keep heading west up a gradual hill. The hill will flatten for awhile keep walking about 100 yards and start heading North-West. When the hill starts to go back down you should see rock to the North. If you hit Skillet Creek you have gone too far, head north. Honestly it is pretty easy to find. See map for detail.
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