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49 separate climbing routes all in one location, many with well placed bolts maintained by local volunteers and frequented by local community colleges and scout troops.

Access issues

Hilltop location overlooking Weiss Lake. Accessible by an unlined asphalt road. Shower house is handicap accessable. some of the climbing routes can be viewed from a wheeelchair. most routes require some walking of 100 yards or less.

Where to stay

FEES In addition to the daily entry fee of $5 per car, a per night camping FEE of $5 per site for tents/hammocks. The RV Fifth Wheel/Trailer FEE us $15 per night. Large vehicles is $20 per day.


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Grade Route

FA: Unknown

FA: Shannon Stegg

FA: Johnny Arms

FA: Johnny Arms

FA: Maurice Reed

30 foot boulder problem that 99% of people top rope. Rock horn at top of arete can easily be slung and equalized with a tree nearby.

FA: Dave Fortner

Toprope only!

FA: Shannon Stegg & Forrest Gardner

Stellar face climbing. Starts out very thin and delicate with great bolting, then ends in a long, slightly overhung face with big long moves between breaks. Very nice finish, beautiful rock.

FA: Chris Watford & Curtis Glass

FA: Shannon Stegg

FA: Curtis Glass & Shannon Stegg

FA: Shannon Stegg & Stewart Coffield

FA: Shannon Stegg & Curtis Glass

FA: Shannon Stegg & Stan Glass

Up the awkward, flaring chimney/crack and into a very nice section of hands/fingers. Balance your way around to the right.

Mixed route with one bolt and a crack that sucks up gear. Located on the slab across from Mudwall. Starts slightly left of the bolt on very thin slab, then follow up the crack. Finishes on anchors with quicklinks.


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