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Keystone Colorado-Landfill Road Rock Climbing 

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Submitted By: boulder smith on Oct 30, 2011
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Hobo Boulder 

  • This is currently under construction as none of the problems have been sent yet. The problems named below are just approximations until we get a consensus on them.*

This overhanging boulder is south-facing and very secluded. You look down on the town of Keystone when looking south from the rock. There are a range of problem difficulties on this rock from VO to V9? There are various SDS and direct start problems. I will need some feedback on a consensus of the problems.

Getting There 

From I-70 in Dillon/Silverthorne, go East on US Highway 6. Just as you pass the Keystone sign, turn left onto Landfill Road. Go up the road exactly two miles (the road will pass a shooting range on the left and will then turn into dirt). At exactly two miles, you will come to a Y in the road, go right. Go about a half to three quarter of a mile. On your right is a trailhead called Incline Trailhead, but it is not marked with its name. Go about 150 yards on it heading east/southeast, then cut left off the trail and traverse alongside of the hill heading east. The overhanging boulder will appear about 125 yards east of where you cut off the trail.

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Weather station 4.3 miles from here

3 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',2],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]

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Hobo Boulder-Soiled Pajamas V4-5 6B+  CO : Keystone Colorado-Landfill ...
This problem is a direct start. Your right hand is on a sloping crimp, your left hand is on a gaston. Both feet are flagged far out right. The crux is from the start to the next move out left to a sloping jug, then work your way up from there and top out. The top out is a little dirty....[more]   Browse More Classics in CO

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Rock Climbing Photo: Looking east/southeast from under the rock.
BETA PHOTO: Looking east/southeast from under the rock.
Rock Climbing Photo: Looking west.  Start position-undercling jug at bo...
BETA PHOTO: Looking west. Start position-undercling jug at bo...

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By boulder smith
Oct 7, 2013
Currently under construction as none of the problems have been sent yet. The problems named below are just approximations until we get a consensus on them.

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