Type: Boulder, 15 ft (5 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: korbyn doucette on May 23, 2007 · 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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Sit start and climb, using good holds, up the wall left of The Overhang. Top out.

It starts on 2 solid blocks and moves to the right for a big move to some small crimps with your right. Once on the serious of small crimps one can heel hook left on the stating blocks or just campus the hell out of the remaining holds to the top out. Feet are uber-important on the top-out unless you enjoy cranking on shallow finger pockets on the top of the face.

The park service simply pushes the leaves from the grounds over the edge. This makes for a very squishy, friendly landing.

Location Suggest change

It's in the leaf-filled corridor below the pavilion area--just left of the cave that houses The Overhang. It climbs the wall that makes up the left side of the cave.

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1-2 Pads

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