Type: Boulder
FA: Knower, 1999
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Shared By: Jay Knower on Nov 26, 2006 · Updates
Admins: Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, chris tregge, Ben Strobel, Kyle Harding

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Warning Access Issue: Parts of High Cliff are included in the DNR's State Natural Area program so please respect that and do not climb with ropes in areas that are signed as State Natural Areas. BOULDERING IS ALLOWED EVERYWHERE. DetailsDrop down

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About 100 yards east of Calm, The Overhang can be found in a leaf-filled corridor. Start sitting at the bottom of the steepest part of the corridor and climb directly out tiered roofs. The right wall is most definitely off.

The Overhang was attempted for years until a small block was pulled off with hand pressure. The removal of this block created a hold and allowed this problem to go. For a while, the block still sat at the base, and it was possible to put the block back in, thereby making the problem much, much harder. It was sort of like two for the price of one. These days, the block is long gone.

This is a classic problem on good stone with a worthwhile top out. When climbing on this, you almost forget you're at High Cliff.

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3-4 Pads

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