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East Bluff North Rock Climbing 


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Some down trees on the East Bluff trail. Strong w...

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Several areas on the northern part of the East Bluff.

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Weather station 2.9 miles from here

192 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',12],['3 Stars',60],['2 Stars',89],['1 Star',24],['Bomb',3]
['<=5.6',1],['5.7',0],['5.8',0],['5.9',0],['5.10',0],['5.11',0],['5.12',0],['5.13',0],['>=5.14',0],['',0],['<=V1',64],['V2-3',30],['V4-5',34],['V6-7',12],['V8-9',16],['V10-11',8],['V12-13',1],['>=V14',0]

Classic Climbing Routes in East Bluff North

Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for East Bluff North:
Good Morning Veruca   V1 5 PG13     Boulder   East Bluff North Talus Fiel...
Special K   V1 5     Boulder, 20'   North Shore
Imp Act   V1 5     Boulder, 20'   Greatest Show : Greatest Bluff
Big Bud Arete   V2 5+     Boulder   North Shore
Gay Gigolo   V2 5+     Boulder   Greatest Show : Greatest Bluff
Shark's Fin Arete   V2+ 5+     Boulder, 15'   Greatest Show : Greatest Bluff
Slope of Dadaism   V3 6A     Boulder   Monolith Area : East of Trail Boulders
Show Me The Kind   V4 6B     Boulder   North Shore
Pillar of Contemporary Movement   V4 6B     Boulder   Monolith Area : East of Trail Boulders
Bearded baby Jesus    V4 6B     Boulder, 9'   Monolith Area : Kite Boulders
Sunny & 60's   V4 6B     Boulder   East Bluff North Talus Fiel...
Bark Biter   V4 6B     Boulder, 10'   Monolith Area : Monolith Upper Ridge East S...
Sex & Chocolate   V7 7A+     Boulder   Monolith Area : Monolith Upper Ridge West S...
Venus Rising   V7 7A+     Boulder, 10'   Monolith Area : Monolith Upper Ridge East S...
Axiom of Arete Aesthetics   V7 7A+     Boulder   Monolith Area : East of Trail Boulders
Sex and Chocolate with a Cherry on Top (aka S&C Direct)   V8 7B PG13     Boulder, 25'   Monolith Area : Monolith Upper Ridge West S...
Mean Gurlz   V8 7B PG13     Boulder   East Bluff Monolith Talus F...
The Tipping Point   V8 7B     Boulder, 10'   East Bluff Monolith Talus F...
Perfect Medium   V8 7B     Boulder, 15'   Monolith Area : Monolith Upper Ridge West S...
Science Friction    V8 7B     Boulder   East Bluff North Talus Fiel...
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Featured Route For East Bluff North
Rock Climbing Photo: Getting into the rails

Mean Gurlz V8 7B PG13  Wisconsin : Devil's Lake : ... : East Bluff Monolith Talus F...
Start from a sit on the right arete, with your right hand on a biter sidepull crimp, and your left on a slanted slopey edge. Move to the rail system, then trend leftwards through the rails, encountering interesting moves. Once the left arete is gained top it out. The moves get easier at the finish, but blowing the mantle could be a very bad, be careful!...[more]   Browse More Classics in Wisconsin

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Satermo climbing Big Bud
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By Steve Sangdahl
From: eldo sprngs,co
Jun 3, 2016
For strictly historical purposes only, it should be noted that we (DLFA ) did some of the bouldering on the north shore back in the late 70,s and early 80,s . Mostly the stuff near the east bluff trail and elephant rock etc. These were usually done on a lark when the weather or hangovers prohibited us from or usual roped climbing escapades. I don't recall doing anything to hard, just the more obvious lines although some of this crew had been known to pull down on occasion. I am not trying to make claims of fa,s on the problems here just trying to strive for historical accuracy. Peace. Now puke!