Route Guide - iPhone / Android - Partners - Forum - Photos - Deals - What's New - School of Rock
This south-facing sandstone cliff, shady for summer mornings and sunny for winter afternoons, has nice overhanging bouldery starts. Summer afternoons are a bit hot, while winter mornings are a bit cold, however. Overhung a bit at the top and involving dubious-looking rock sprinkled with Cliff Swallow and Tamias Dorsalis feces, this outcrop has juggy climbing. Avoid lingering under the two death blocks at the far right side of the cliff, especially if you are lowering off the anchors of Simon's Solution. Astrid's Gully to the top is further right, and involves easy boulder moves up slab to ledge and trail.
Pass the main Junction Creek parking area, and head uphill to parking/pullout next to large conifer/boulder on right. It is a 7 minute approach: find the trail up to cliff behind the USFS sign. The trail crosses a conglomerate slab and then turns right. If you reach a little boulderfield, you missed the right turn. Go up through the trees to base of slab and up right. Scramble up over step and through the "window" to reach the roof of Chipette Rock. Hike along base to reach Chipmunk Rock.
7 Total Routes
Featured Route For Chipmunk Rock
Food for Winter 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c CO : Durango : ... : Chipmunk Rock
Ascend white pockets right of a wide crack, past a bolt to a stance under roof crack. The crux is an overhanging flare with big holds on the insides and a finger crack at the back. Go up and over jugs to the anchor. Enjoy the nice belay perch....[more] Browse More Classics in CO
Local Information for Chipmunk Rock
Latest Regional Forum Messages
From Colorado & Rocky Mountain Region Go to Forum | What's New | Post New Topic