Little Debbie's Boulder Rock Climbing
BETA PHOTO: Right side of Little Debbie's Boulder.
A large boulder with a some nice to amazing lines running out the roofy West face. Including Sloper Chief (V5) - one of the best lines in the front range, Crapulater (V2), Dynoman (V8), and Squeeze Job (V4) among others.
Approach from the North parking lot. Descend the upper ridge at the Spice Roof area and walk downhill past the Monster boulder towards the lake, once you pass the south side of Little Debbie's Boulder you will see the fantastic West face of this rock.
Weather station 3.6 miles from here
6 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',4],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Little Debbie's Boulder
Browse More Rock Climbing Classics in Little Debbie's Boulder
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Little Debbie's Boulder:
Featured Route For Little Debbie's Boulder
Dynoman V8 7B CO
: Fort Collins
: ... : Little Debbie's Boulder
Directions : just left of the undercling roof (Crapulator problem) and right of the boulder at the foot of the boulder.A pure power problem involving some hard crimping, contact strength, and a wild dyno. Start on any of the available crimps at head height and pull on heading straight up. The finishing holds are huge (as opposed to all the other holds on this problem). A Carter classic....[more] Browse More Classics in CO
Local Information for Little Debbie's Boulder
Latest Regional Forum Messages
By Anonymous Coward
Apr 26, 2002
Does anybody have any beta for the move to the slopey pod on the Sloper Chief?
By Anonymous Coward
Apr 29, 2002
That move seems to have as many sequences as there are ascents. Anyway, I have my left down low on the lowest hold (some people vice grip both), pop up right to the far left (and better) hold directly above my left, then again, pop right to a small crimper in the elusive dish. My right foot is on the high part of the ledge out right (some people heel hook this).
Most people will go up left to the dish while their right is on the good edge, but I can't get a left foot to stick for this move.