Wild Iowa

This past weekend I went rock climbing in Iowa. Yes, Iowa. I volunteered myself to take the climbing team I coach down there. Despite the weather we managed to have a great 2 days of climbing and all the kids seemed to enjoy themselves.
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Thanks to Sarah B for letting me steal these pictures even though she doesn’t know I stole them…yet.

While not a 5 star destination area, the climbing at “Wild Iowa” is actually pretty good…for Iowa. It is characterized by very short routes on pocketed limestone.
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The quality of the limestone ranges from decent to choss.
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Cleaning routes on rappel sucks

This may not sound like a recipe for a great climbing weekend but the quality of the movement on the routes makes up for any shortcomings in height or rock quality. I myself did not climb all that much because of the usual injuries but I did manage to dust off the shoes to run up a few of the area classics.


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