Are you getting that reading with an hydrometer or a refractometer? If it's the latter, the presence of alcohol makes them read artificially high. You'll need to run the numbers through a correction calculator. I did a simultaneous check one time with both and got 1.035 on the refractometer, 1.017 on the hydrometer.
If you're using an hydrometer, you really are stuck. What yeast did you use for this batch and how much?
First, try to rouse it. If you're using a fermenter bucket
I wouldn't toss the 34/70 lager yeast into a rye IPA and run it at 66*F. If there's any more fermenting to be done, do it with an ale yeast (like US-05) at that temp. What you'll need to do is rehydrate it first, then make a small 1L starter and pitch it at high krausen. If you want, you can leave it sit for another week or so while you pick up a packet of US-05 at your convenience. Any LHBS where you live?
Good Temp Control -----> Happy Yeast ------> Tasty Brew