The trailhead sign.
There are a few ice flows hidden in this area, the largest so far is Dry Ice
. Appreciation of adventure, exploration and a decent sense of direction are requisites here.
From Riverside (Hwy 7 & CO 103), there is a road that goes north to the depicted trailhead. The Dry Fork offers expansive slabs of high quality granite and infinite bouldering opportunities, as well as some fine ice.
Weather station 2.5 miles from here
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From: Nederland, CO
Mar 10, 2013
A mispost. This belongs to the N St. Vrain.
By Leo Paik
From: Westminster, Colorado
Mar 11, 2013
Thanks for pointing this out. As a result, I've edited in some changes to this section to incorporate the South, Middle, and North forks. I will incorporate the Dry St. Vrain fork in, too.
It was great to get out and climb there with you. Thanks for sharing this!