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Thin Man Corridor Rock Climbing 

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Submitted By: EB on Mar 24, 2004
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The Thin Man Corridor is an excellent bouldering destination in the Monolith Area. It includes the classic line Soul Satori, a must do. Also check out the other lines in the corridor area, most have an air to them! This is a great place to warm up or finish a good circuit starting at the North shore boulders. Git on it!

Getting There 

To get to the Thin Man Corridor, hike the east bluff trail beginning on the north shore. hike about 3/4 of the way to the monolith area and look for a great lookout on the right. The corridor is an obvious notch between the cliff and a huge detached block. There are climbs on both sides of the coridor and around the block. Enjoy!

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Rock Climbing Photo: Soul Satori- V0

Soul Satori V0 4  Wisconsin : Devil's Lake : ... : Thin Man Corridor
Soul satori is located in the Thin Man Corridor, on the right arete as one is looking towards the lake. Although it may be over looked due to its easy grade, this climb may be the most aesthetic in the park when climbed at sunset. this is a must do for any climber, good exposure, beautiful view, and extremely fun climbing! Simply climb up the slabby arete, using good crimps on both sides, aiming for a nice ledge for the top out. A definate DL classic! ...[more]   Browse More Classics in Wisconsin

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By Anonymous Coward
Jun 18, 2004
It is one of the best bouldering concentrations for hot humid weather as the rock stays reasonably dry and shady. Several sizes or styles of pads makes for more fun as large pads are unuseable on many of the problems and very desireable on a few of the others. Wags
From: Winona
Sep 1, 2010
We hauled out 3 crash pads filled with garbage here a couple of weeks ago. It still amazes me how people can carry full water/soda bottles on their hike but when they're empty and light they just cant carry them any more. Lame.

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