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A short cliff band that has several excellent problems along its face. This area offers a little better seclusion then the Egg Boulders and has several quality problems that range from V0 to V6-ish.
Harder to locate then the Egg Boulders, however not too much bushwhacking is needed. Park in the first parking lot (as you come from the east side or CO Hwy 73). The trail starts at the same trailhead as Hidden Fawn, however take the left/center trail called “Sisters Trail” and once you come to the fork take the right trail towards the sisters (which are the tall rock formations). You will follow this trail most of the way to another fork that heads left (up to the sisters) or continues right (towards Dedisse Trail), however about 100 yards short of this junction you will veer off left up the hill and off of the trail. The area you head-up is just left of a large slab area up a ravine; the cliff band is about 25 yards short of the crest of the hill.
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