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EM: The Off-Sets Rock Climbing 

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Elevation: 819'
Location: 37.61519, -90.2833 View Map  Incorrect?
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Rock Climbing Photo: The Off-Sets of Missouri
The Off-Sets of Missouri

Rock Climbing Photo: West Face
West Face

Rock Climbing Photo: Summer day at the Off-Sets
Summer day at the Off-Sets

The area is an old mine that is now flooded with water. The rock is limestone and offers mainly high boulder problems and traverses over the water. NO ROPES needed just drop off into the cool deep water. This is a great place to climb during hot summer days. The tallest climbs are about 45'.

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The climbs are mostly V3 and up (5.10+ and harder). Much fun if you are at least a 5.11 climber. Not a lot of beginner stuff, but still worth the trip.

Getting There 

13 Miles South of Farmington Missouri just past Mine LaMotte.
Take HWY 32 thru Farmington to Hwy OO. Go south on Hwy OO for 13 miles,
The Off-Sets are on your left. If you get to Fredricktown, you've gonne too far.

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Weather station 3.5 miles from here

6 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',6],['Bomb',0]

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West Face 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b  Missouri : EM: The Off-Sets : West Face
Climb the east-facing section of the rock that makes up the initial set of jumps. Crux is the last two moves....[more]   Browse More Classics in Missouri

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Rock Climbing Photo: Good traversing @ The Offsets.
Good traversing @ The Offsets.

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By Lance Sitton
From: Springfield, MO
Feb 3, 2016
choss pile.

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