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|Submitted By: ||Jesse Zacher on May 19, 2008|
This is the morning summer crag with great steep climbs and typically good rock. Most climbs can be broken into two pitches or just done in one long one.
Two ways to approach. Park at the pull off area where you turn to get on Divide Road and walk up canyon on CO 141 until you get to a telephone pole and a trail begins to the base of the climbs. You can also drive up Divide Road and pull off the road and rap in.
Weather station 17.3 miles from here
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['4 Stars',4],['3 Stars',5],['2 Stars',4],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
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Pitch 1: 5.11, 50m.Start by climbing around two ears, each with a bolt. Gain the dihedral and climb up past one bolt at the beginning, followed by lots of stemming, shallow flaring jams, and climbing past seams; sustained. End at the two bolt anchor.This pitch has somewhat tricky pro. Safe, but awkward to place, as there are few stances.Pitch 2: 5.11+, 32m.Begin with cruxy moves right off the belay. Layback, chimney, and stem up the acute corner past several small roofs; bo...[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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