Munchkinland Hillside Rock Climbing
Steve Papp on Leading by the Dimple (5.9)
Past the Munchkinland routes in the Vogel Guide, up on the hillside, are some more climbs
These routes are located on a crag on the hillside, quite visible from lower Munchkinland. It's the main big cliff band, and very obvious.
Rampire (left) 5.8 Up a crack, then do a short traverse left to another crack . Bolted anchor on top Better of the 2 routes
Rampire (right) 5.8 Straight up the crack. Poor rock.
Rumpire 5.8* Cool chimney climb towards the left side of the crag.
Buttmilk* 5.8 crack in the middle of the face.
The Floater 5.10b* This is the thin crack to the left of Rumpire
These 2 climbs are further up the hill, just befor the notch, but still visible from the road
Handful of Dickie 5.9+ 4 bolts to a natural anchor (a big tied off rock)
Leading with the Dimple 3 bolts to a 2 bolt anchor on a small pillar/block face.
Hike past No Place Like Dome and Oz rock, staying slightly to the right of OZ rock. Once past these formations, you will see some crags up on the side of the hillside. Hike up to them.
Climbing Season For the OZ Area area.
Weather station 7.0 miles from here
Featured Route For Munchkinland Hillside
Handfull of Dickie (on the left) and Leading by t...
Steve Papp on the FA of Handful of Dickie.
Tucker Tech on The Floater.
Beth Shilliday on Rampire.
Tucker Tech on Buttmilk (5.8)
Munchkinland Hillside Crags