Type: Trad, TR, 40 ft (12 m)
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Shared By: Logan Dop on May 16, 2019
Admins: Kris Gorny, K Ice

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Access Issue: Climbing permits are required for all group and individual climbers at Interstate State Park. Permits are free, and must be renewed each year. Details


Original Taylor's Falls Guide: "Once you try to jam the middle section of this baby, you'll realize that you're better off looking elsewhere for holds - ASAP. The beginning and end are both very nice though, and it's easy to walk away from this one happy despite the pain you may experience."

My description: A beautifully polished slippery-splitter in a dihedral. Starts with a good fingerlock and goes into a progressively larger crack until you finish with great hands up top. Highly recommend getting on this one.


At the top of The Upper Boat Dock Area you will see a down sloping slab with a splitter 2" crack that overhangs the river, this is the top of the climb.


.75"-2" cams, For TR it doesn't hurt to extend a 1" cam underneath the mini roof, so you don't swing out too far in the event of a fall.