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Mile Post 6.25 Crag

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Mile Post 6.25 Crag Rock Climbing 

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An awesome stretch of rock cliff face.

Great top roping and highball bouldering.

Crag reaches heights of 50+ feet.

Getting There 

Park on grassy shoulder about 6.25 miles from MP 0 from Afton Mtn Entrance.

You'll pass Humpback Mtn Trail parking at MP 6...the road goes uphill to the right and then back left with wooden/stone fences on left. Just past where field ends is the grassy shoulder area.

You should see an old stone fence that's dry stacked....follow this down right side of mountain. Two minute walk.

Climbing Season

Weather station 3.9 miles from here

25 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',7],['2 Stars',11],['1 Star',5],['Bomb',0]

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By Pierce Tickle
Feb 21, 2017
Was pretty chossy. Had one rock break off on us (luckily it was at ground level) and then numerous loose rocks were knocked off during the climbs. There are some good routes without too many loose rocks, but caution and helmets are extremely recommended.

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