Login with Facebook
 ADVANCED
Ennis Lake (Ely)

Mountain Project has launched a new site: Powder Project, and we're giving away loads of gear, including skis & Oakley goggles. Check it out!

Ennis Lake (Ely)  


Photos:  Recent | Best | Popular
Elevation: 30'
Page Views: 567
Administrators: Kris Gorny, Chris treggE, James Loveridge, Kristine Hoffman (sitewide)
Submitted By: Jay Brooks on Apr 18, 2012
Forecast:
Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Mostly Cloudy
72° | 39°
Partly Cloudy
55° | 24°
Partly Cloudy
45° | 28°
Clear
49° | 25°
Partly Cloudy
47° | 28°
You & This Area
Best routes for YOU in this area
Your opinion of this PAGE:    [0 people like this page.]
Know the location? Show us! We need it for cool new features!

Description 

Ennis Lake is beautiful and quiet place to climb. It takes a 20-30 min hike to get to the rock, but the trip is well worth the walk. You will most likely be the only climber there with a possibility of seeing a few hikers. there is a number of climbs from crack to overhangs, with all climbs being set for top belay or sling-shot belay. There are a number of solid trees for anchor points and the view over the lake is magnificent. the rock is solid with little worries of of loose rock. The climbs would most likely be from 5.7 to 5.9.

Getting There 

Take 169 north through Ely, stay on this road through the town of Winton where it is also known as Fernberg Rd. and turns into Co HWY 18/Fernberg Trail. You will continue on this road for about 14 miles. You will then turn left on Forest Route 438, there should be a sign for Norther Teir Boy Scout base. You will go about 2.5 miles and park in a small lot on the right side of the road. There is only one trail heading back into the woods from the parking lot which will take you to Ennis Lake if you follow the signs.

Climbing Season



Weather station 11.8 miles from here


Comments on Ennis Lake (Ely) Add Comment
Show which comments
- none yet -
Beyond the Guidebook:
The Definitive Climbing Resource
Inspiration & Motivation
to Fuel Your Run
Next Generation Mountain
Bike Trail Maps
Backcountry, Sidecountry
and Secret Stashes
Better Data. Better Tools.
Better Hikes!