Land of Oz Rock Climbing
|GPS:||43.848, -103.537 Google Map · Climbing Map|
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DescriptionA vast and mysterious little crag, located behind The Bartizan Wall, that is filled with thrills, chills, and lions, tigers and bears, Oh my!
Getting ThereStart on the Cathedral Spires Trail. Walk until you are close enough to gaze at The Bartizan Wall without leaving the trail. When the trail jets to the immediate right for areas such as Spire One, head left. Follow a faint climbers' trail through the trees. Pass The Naked Rib and start heading up the hill. Enter a large meadow. The Land of Oz is a row of spires that sits two gullies away from The Bartizan Wall. When standing at the bottom of this chain of spires and facing uphill the climber's left has a large meadow while the climber's right will have a wide gully. The Land of Oz has climbs that face the trail which leads to Little Devil's Tower. Other climbs can be found within a corridor to the left of The Naked Rib. An esoteric tunnel -in the middle of this formation- grants easy access between both sides, in some cases, eliminating the need to walk all the way around.
Classic Climbing Routes at Land of Oz
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