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Long-Leg Overhang

Long-Leg Overhang Rock Climbing 

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Submitted By: Jake Carroll on Aug 3, 2009
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This is a sweet-looking granite overhang located about 10 minutes north (uphill) from the main Grove boulders. The roof is composed of quartzite crystals that could make potential hand/foot holds. Phil and I deemed it Long-Leg Overhang due to the massive numbers of Daddy Long- Leg spiders that we on the roof.

Getting There 

From the grove boulders, start the trek uphill towards the bluff for about 10 minutes. You will see a high stone tower (not the top of the bluff). The boulder is about 200 feet to the left of that tower. When you are walking up the hill, you can see the gold underside of the boulder almost radiating.

Climbing Season

For the South Platte area.

Weather station 4.9 miles from here

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Rock Climbing Photo: Daddy long legs.
BETA PHOTO: Daddy long legs.
Rock Climbing Photo: Looks like some V-hard problems may be possible.
BETA PHOTO: Looks like some V-hard problems may be possible.

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