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The Bluff Report

News, trips reports, and thoughts on Devils Lake State Park and the Baraboo Hills

The Sandbag Tradition at Devil’s Lake

The Sandbag Tradition at Devil’s Lake

A few months ago, I felt like I was at the top of my climbing game. I on-sighted my first 5.12 trad lead, and had steadily been ticking off long difficult climbs in Washington, Oregon, and Utah. Reaching this level of fitness took years of practice and required overcoming some long-standing mental barriers.

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Wheeler’s Campground: Quiet, Woodsy Camping Near Devil’s Lake

Wheeler’s Campground: Quiet, Woodsy Camping Near Devil’s Lake

I don’t camp at the Devil’s Lake often, and when I do it is often last-minute and I can’t get a reservation at any of the State Park campgrounds because they fill up so often, especially on the weekends. While out West it’s easy to find a quiet piece of public land and sleep in your truck, everything is private property around Devil’s Lake, so you have to find a private campground.

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