Avg: 2 from 1 vote
|Type:||Boulder, 12 ft (4 m)|
|FA:||October 9, 2022|
|Page Views:||42 total · 4/month|
|Shared By:||Caleb Scott on Oct 9, 2022|
Canoe on Dalton Lake access, deep water boulder. Climbed above the water, it would have broken any falls. Fun little traverse defiantly potential for some more deep water climbs in the area
Start at the clack about a foot wide with the 2 steps in it and(moving to the left) use the horizontal crack for hand holds, then switch to an undercling. Finish on the shelf on the left.
Canoe is best bet. Launch at nut point campground and head north till the dalton lake portage. The portage is marked by an old dock sitting a bit high out of the water, and it's right beside a private home on the south side. After the portage, cross the lake more or less north-west to the opposite side.
There are also possibilities for driving towards the lake using roads that branch out from nut point, though a canoe is still more or less necessary unless swimming out to the climb.