Sport, 65 ft (20 m),
Avg: 3 from 1
FA: Josh Gross and Madoline Gross
> Eastern Big Horns
> Crazy Woman Crags
> Crazy Woman Cliff
Open public lands (Forest Service). Respect adjacent landowners.
The land surrounding the crags is a mix of Forest Service and private inholdings. Several of the minor roads lead to private summer cabins, some of which are quite close to the cliffs.
The main roads are all on public property, but don't drive down anything resembling a driveway or leading to a residence. Maintain a low profile when climbing here. Keep dogs in control or consider not bringing them out here. Camp well away from any cabins, watch your campfire carefully, and pack out all trash! The cliffs and access are all on public land and legit, but the proximity to private holdings requires sensitivity and best behavior. Be good stewards to this special area and we'll all enjoy it for years to come!
Fun steep climbing! Super bouldery crux mid pitch. Connects two slash features on gently overhanging rock from start to finish, no fluff!
60 yards right of “Bury the Hatchet”. Go up a gully, located on the right side of the gully.