Project X Wall Rock Climbing
The Corner Block from the West.
This wall contains some nice moderate lines as well as some harder testpieces. See directions below for more detail on location, but it's defining feature is a boulder about 10 feet away from the wall that is as high as the wall itself. This boulder keeps this contour around a dihedral.
This wall lies between the falls wall and hedgeclipper wall on the eastern side of the canyon. The easiest way to reach it is via the rim rock trail. It is probably 400 yards north of the ruined dam. It's noticable feature is a L-shaped corner that has a gigantic boulder in the corner that makes it that shape, rather than a dihedral. To the south of that corner there are four routes, spaced about 10 feet apart from each other that you can rap off of. However, the easiest access is a 5.4 ramp 10 yards n/w of the corner. Two routes are n/w of this ramp - one on the giant boulder face, and another 20 yards further on the main face that climbs the arete.
Weather station 5.9 miles from here
7 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',4],['1 Star',3],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Project X Wall
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Project X Wall:
Lothar 5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a Sport, TR, 1 pitch
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Skunk Budtress 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a CO
: Denver South
: ... : Project X Wall
This is your typical Castlewood Canyon route. Pull on cobbles, incuts, and small pebbles up the arete. This arete lies on the north end of the Project X Wall, about 20 yards past where the giant boulder ceases to follow the wall.Tip: look for the incut for your left foot above the first bolt....[more] Browse More Classics in CO
By Luc Gruenther
May 5, 2003
I was in shock when I hiked up to the Project X Wall a few days ago and found that someone had used spray paint to graffiti the main wall, just below Nuclear Blue and Project X routes. It is a terrible eyesore on the previously-asthetic face. I know this was not done by climbers, and I also know that any climber in his right mind would put a climbing rope noose around the graffiti "artist's" neck if he could. It's very disappointing to see one of our local crags defaced this way. I've attached pictures of the damage.
If anyone has ideas on how to remove the paint from the rock, email me. I'd be glad to remove this garbage from the rock.
By Tom Hanson
Jun 27, 2006
The paint has been removed.
I don't know who to thank.
Luc, did you have a hand in this?
Kudos to the fine example of a climber who led the clean up!