No matter what we tried we seemed to hit road blocks until finally it seemed we ran out of options. While most of the info on the site was transferred over I vaguely remember some absolutely classic forum posts and discussions about the area and badly wanted to see them again.
Then today I randomly clicked on a link on Supertopo that lead to the old site. I didn't expect anything other than a "page doesn't exist" welcome note. I was happily surprised to see the old site back up and running!
I immediately opened up pretty much every page I could and started combing through it all. I highly recommend spending a couple minutes on the site as the general history of it is really interesting. A couple of the boulderers from the last generation give a couple vague hints at other still unlisted boulder problems and there are some absolute gems of comments on there.
My personal favorites:
The year of the send? I would think probably not. Remember, though it may not be listed, everything (and I mean everything) at Devil's Lake has been climbed before. However, you can climb and help relist the route. Even give it your own name. Heck, most names and ascents have been lost in time. Still, they have been done before. Boulder problems? I would seriously doubt that John Gill left anything untouched. :-)
If you dont know of the reserve then you just have to get out bouldering more. The climbers will tell you in person but not over the web! Its a special place and shouldn't get prostituted on the internet. If you're out there climbing you'll find out about the sweet spots. Please don't spew beta about the low key areas. If you know where they're at cool, if not ask people out climbing next time you're at the lake. Thanks- dlsp locals