West Bluff - Great Tower (Mid-bluff) Rock Climbing
The Majestic WEST BLUFF
The MidBluff area on the West Bluff contains the fine formations of "The Blade" and the Prospect Point Towers. The area is secluded and sees no crowding in spite of the fine routes found here.
To access the MidBluff area follow the Tumbled Rocks Trail north past the cabins. Walk north to the start of the first exposed boulder field. On the south end of this boulder field there is a trail through the trees. Hike up this trail until you reach Prospect Point Towers.To reach The Blade continue hiking up the bluff over boulders on the south side of the Prospect Point Towers formation. After about 150 feet you will encounter The Blade.
Weather station 2.5 miles from here
29 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',13],['2 Stars',12],['1 Star',4],['Bomb',0]
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Moon Beam 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- 23 E4 5c
: Devil's Lake
: ... : Sun-top Tower
Moon Beam is a fairly classic route for the grade, and not your typical DL face climbing. Climb the line of conspicuous horizontals in between The Sucker and Sun Top. A dramatic dropknee at the top makes an otherwise stopper move quite doable. Nice holds. Pretend your in the Gunks for a bit....[more] Browse More Classics in Wisconsin
|Comments on West Bluff - Great Tower (Mid-bluff)
By Doug Hemken
May 4, 2009
Most people I know just refer to this as the "Great Tower" area (plus "The Blade").
Aug 23, 2011
Agreed Doug, I confused the hell out of myself trying to match it all up to the book. We also need to do some sorting of routes in areas so it makes some more sense. I think it's fair to call it "Mid-Bluff" but splitting it up into the walls Sven names them is probably a good idea. Admin?