Devils Chair Area Rock Climbing
Free standing tower right after leaving the Minnesota strip area. With a large fist sized crack about half way up. The Falcons Guide book describes it as a wretched flaring five in crack. The main climb on the Devils chair follows up the crack onto a ledge. I feel there is a possibility for another route on the left side. Walk off decent.
Follow the climbers trail down the St Croix river on the Minnesota side. After you walk past the Minnesota Strip it is just off the trail to the north. You cant miss it.
Climbing Season For the Interstate SP (Taylors Falls) area.
Weather station 1.3 miles from here
2 Total Climbing Routes
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Classic Climbing Routes in Devils Chair Area
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Eagle's Nest 5.5 4b 13 IV+ 11 MS 4a Minnesota
: Interstate SP (Taylors Fall...
: Devils Chair Area
Route starts left of a tree at the slab roughly 50 feet downstream from Devil's Chair. Start up the continuous right leaning crack. Pull a bulge then continue to top out the slab to a 6 foot ledge. Step left and build an anchor. From the anchor, lead straight up the clean face into the dihedral and under a dead tree. At the end of the dihedral, step right, then go up the steep headwall with great hand cracks. Walk left and back from the cliff to build an anchor. Be sure to give a proper "Ka-Kaw!...[more] Browse More Classics in Minnesota
BETA PHOTO: Devils Chair Interstate Park, MN