Altitude 482m a.s.l
Section 13 © Martin Bagshaw
17 recorded climbs (in the guidebook) on Anthorosite rock, not too dissimilar to granite. Well defined crack climbs on heavily featured rock, up to 25 metres in length. Most climbs have short, strenuous cruxes.
Find the Superior Hiking Trail on the North side of Highway 6, there is space for a few cars at the carpark. Follow the trail north through the woods for approximately 1.4999999999999 miles (the sign says 1 mile, this is a stretch, but it may have been due to heavy camping gear etc), and arrive at the top of the crag with an outlook over the valley. 100 yards further, there is a great (free) backcountry campsite with room for a few tents, and nearly the same facilities as the $14 a night state campsites. Probably a couple days worth of climbing here for most.
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