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Routes in Quincy Bluff and Wetland Reserve

Back Corner V2 5+
Corner Bulge V4+ 6B+
Direct Line V6-7 7A+
Left of Corner Bulge V3-4 6A+
Side-Pull V4 6B
Traverse V5- 6C
Warm up V-easy 3
Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: Paul Jones
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Shared By: Remo on Aug 8, 2008
Admins: Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, Chris treggE

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No climbing is allowed in this nature preserve. Details
Quincy and at least parts of rattlesnake are state natural areas and thus closes to climbing. Please respect the ban. Details

Description

A Classic! Middle of steep face, start on jug and get high up to small crimp, establish and gun for the lip. Super fun problem with stretchy moves. Seen few accents.

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Middle line of main boulder.

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Paul Jones
Madison, WI
Paul Jones   Madison, WI
I climbed the money V6-7 and a line left of it when I found this boulder. Did not do sit starts. I never brought anyone there, just told T. Kieck about it. I remember being bummed that there were not more jems like this in the area - one of the best problems in the state in my opinion. Feb 14, 2009
Jonathan Williams
Minneapolis
  V6-7
Jonathan Williams   Minneapolis
  V6-7
Phenom line. A sit down from the left, and a long sit down from the right could probably be done as well for even more fun.

As it is, I think it's starts naturally from the sidepull crimp from a stand. Pretty rad. Could use a bit more brushing along the rail at the lip. I was on a night session on it tonight, and had a blast. I'll have to go back to stick that last move! JWilliams

PS- At least two pads are preferable. Three might be the best with a sloping hillside just off the landing. Oct 22, 2008