Avg: 3.4 from 25 votes
|Type:||Boulder, 14 ft (4 m)|
|FA:||Jim Holloway (SA: Dick Anderson)|
|Page Views:||4,421 total · 31/month|
|Shared By:||chris tregge on May 18, 2009 · Updates|
|Admins:||Kris Gorny, K Ice|
Individual permits are available year-round at the park office. Weekends in May and daily Memorial Day through mid-October, permits are also available at the visitor center. Individual climbing permits are also available at the self pay kiosk near the visitor center.
Commercial Rock Climbing Permits (free):
Organized groups are required to obtain a new commercial climbing permit each year. This requires submitting a certificate of insurance with required liability limits and naming the State Of Minnesota as an additional insured party. Application forms are available by calling the park office at 651-539-4500. Requests for new commercial climbing permits should be submitted at least seven days prior to the climbing event to allow time to process the permit request.
Start down and right on a large, V-shaped jug that is behind a small birch tree. Trend up and left, using good slots and crimps. There are many ways to finish the problem. Taller folks typically dyno; shorter folks use poor intermediates.