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Jan 26, 2006
Keep going up the creek for a few minutes and there is the goodness.
Apparently there a four areas in Haflin:
1)The one described on this page.
2)Lower Haflin, a nice 50 foot curtain of WI4 w/ a 2 bolt anchor on top (this a few minutes upstream from what's described on this page)
3)Middle Haflin, super fun WI4 curtain for about 65 feet.
To get there---climb lower Haflin and continue up the creek for 30-40 minutes.
4)Upper Haflin, supposed to be WI5 for over a hundred feet but I've never been up there
By Rob Schichtel
From: Cortez, CO
Mar 4, 2008
|The upper falls were in until about the end of Feb. and are now history. We snowshoed in about two miles in a bad storm. It was cold and overcast and we were still in the shower for half the climb. It is mostly history now (3/3/08) with only a hollow tube at the bottom of the falls.|