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GPS: 43.86194, -103.44518
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Shared By: Brent Kertzman on Feb 18, 2012 · Updates
Admins: Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mikel Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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"Agony of Da-Feet" offers very technical, high ball, slabby routes on the west face. There is a vertical face face route on the north west corner. This rock is 30'+ tall and has bolts for top roping. Potential for more routes likewise.

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The best approach I have found to reach the actual "Way too High Boulders" is to walk south from where you park following a faint trail down the valley that curves to the south west around the south side of "Turtle Dome". Eventually you end up headed about straight west in a flat area southwest of "Turtle Dome". Just before a ridge of rocks wander north into the woods and there are five large boulders (up to 30' tall) hidden in the trees. "Agony of Da-Feet" is the second rock you will encounter using this approach beta and is located in the south west part of the zone these boulders lie within.

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