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The Fortress

Idaho > W Idaho > Table Rock
Warning Access Issue: The dirt access road to Table Rock is closed until further notice. Please use only marked public trials to access Table Rock. Don't park at the locked gate or a ticket is likely. DetailsDrop down

Description

A long sandstone block about 10 feet high featuring slabby boulder problems ranging from V0 to V5. Delicate footwork is required on this sandstone slab. It's a good venue to practice or develop footwork. Very exposed to the sun except in early morning and late evening.

Getting There

At the farthest end of Table Rock. If coming from the top of the mesa follow the trail past the radio towers then veer left at the cliff. You'll see the trail going down into the old quarry area. The Fortress faces the first wall and has easy access from both sides. If you pass the huge bolted block turn around.

Routes from Left to Right

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A few more routes:<br>
A)Microman V3<br>
B)Right Hand Start V2<br>
C)Left Hand Start V0<br>
D) The Crystal Butt Start V4
[Hide Photo] A few more routes: A)Microman V3 B)Right Hand Start V2 C)Left Hand Start V0 D) The Crystal Butt Start V4
A few of several routes on the Fortress.<br>
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A) The Crystal V1<br>
B) Crackerjack V2 + Crackerjack w/o Prize V3<br>
C) Gastons V1<br>
D) Fortress Regular Route V0<br>
E)Fortress Right Corner V0+
[Hide Photo] A few of several routes on the Fortress. A) The Crystal V1 B) Crackerjack V2 + Crackerjack w/o Prize V3 C) Gastons V1 D) Fortress Regular Route V0 E)Fortress Right Corner V0+