Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Jeremy Steck on Mar 6, 2008
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Start just to the right of a shallow water groove/crack system. Continue up with increasingly difficult moves past 3 bolts to a small ledge. Pull past the 4th bolt over a bulge and up to the anchors. Many of the moves are slabby in nature requiring pure smearing footwork.

Huckleberry Thinner is a variation that breaks right after the first bolt. Could be missing hagers.


Start just to the right, and up 5 ft of Unknown 5.7 on the north end, back side of the main cliff.


4 bolts, shuts.


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Micah C
Micah C  
Fun climb. Can be top-roped after leading the adjacent Unknown 5.7 to it's left. Both climbs use the same anchor. Anyone know what this thing is called? Is it in the old Rock & Ice mini-guide to the Dells? If you're wondering where this is, you walk right past it on your way to set up a TR for the Descent Gully climbs. Nov 18, 2008
Micah C
Micah C  
After looking at an old guidebook, I think it's Huckleberry Thin 5.9. Anybody want to make it official? Dec 3, 2008
Pucker Factor is on the arete, Huckleberry Thin is right of groove and goes straight up. Huckleberry Thinner traverses out right and is missing a bolt hanger. Aug 4, 2015