Mooselandia Rock Climbing
The namesake moose shed found oh so near the base ...
First development of this little heart-breaker (it's just so cute) area occurred in October 2016 by Tyler Hoffart and Robert Omann. As Tyler placed bolts beside imaginary holds on the super project and Bob threw his Bosch at the earth for spinning too fast, one thing was certain: chuggers get shit done.
Located only a stones throw distance between Jeff's World Proper and Swamp Wall, Mooselandia centers mostly around a large roof bulge near the very tail waters of the bog/swamp. Currently, all routes climb slab to varying degrees of bulge, very easy to very hard.
The rock, per usual, is very good - a beautiful example of the mighty Canadian Shield. Stays in the shade for almost half the day. While seemingly short to the eyeballs, these rigs have a LOT of climbing to them.
If bugs are remotely bad anywhere else, they are most likely the worst here. Tell them Tyler and Bob say hi. Then flip them a huge bird.
Keep your wits about you while engaging in play in this area. There is a good chance you may be confronted by a moose looking for his right antler, which Bob found while pooping during the initial development adventure.
Mooselandia in only a hip-scop-and-a-jump away from Jeff's World Proper (1-2 minute hike). From the bottom of the westside access gully of JW proper, walk 1 minute West (or left, as you come down the gully) and you will come to Mooselandia
Climbing Season For the Jeff's World (MN/CA border) area.
Weather station 14.9 miles from here
3 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',2],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
Featured Route For Mooselandia
My first Moose AKA Bosch Toss 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- 24 E4 6a Minnesota
: Jeff's World (MN/CA border)
Thanks to Jeffe for the eye (you were right, it goes at 11c) and Tyler for the help (you were right, let that rock breathe a bit, get it nice and clean) I was able to bag "My first Moose" Not even a boltgun pinballing down the slab was going to shut this hunting party down. Ramble up the easy and possibly damp slab (if it looks wet, look again, where the holds actually are tends to be dry) to the obvious roof encounter. Don't miss the namesake...[more] Browse More Classics in Minnesota
Mooselandia wearing it's lucky, late September...
The view from atop Mooselandia. The Swamp Wall swa...