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The route is very close to I-70.
Climb the overhanging arete. This has amazing moves, amazing rock, and not so amazing proximity to I-70.
Park at the trailhead parking just north of I-70 at exit 201. Walk down the on-ramp until the first light pole, turn right and walk up a fairly obvious trail for about 50 feet. You can see the boulder (more of a mini-cliff) from the highway.
Pads and, if you can swing one, a spotter. Also recommended is a pair of headphones to drown out the traffic.
Working up the arete. Photo by Alex Herbert.
Really nice line, one of my favorite boulders in C...
By nate post
Oct 11, 2012
I believe Steve Mammen back in the '80s got the first ascent on Frisco Buttress as well as Via The Hot One. The best two boulder problems in Summit County that I know of.