Redstone Boulders Rock Climbing
The Big throw on Frankenstein. Halloween, 2002.
Eds. This area could be split into Redstone Boulders (in the forest where the Stein, Big Easy, Barnacle, Butter, and Weider Boulders are), and River Boulders (where Corkscrew, Land Shark, River Boulders, and Riverside Boulders are.)
Carbondale head south going towards Redstone. Turn at the first pullout on the left for the town of Redstone (the northern-most). After passing the fire station, slow down and start looking for a dirt road on the left leading into the aspens. It's really a nondescript dirt road, so if it looks really well used, it's not the one.
Per chris deulen
: go through Redstone (follow the signs). Immediately outside, there's a sign (and a parking lot, on the right, none on the left, mind you) that says, "Redstone Boulders." Park here. Go back to the right 20 feet and take the road up to a trail on the left. Then follow directions as described by Kirk. You can't miss the trail on the right that goes up mountainside. Go past the first boulder to get to the Stein Boulder.
Climbing Season For the Carbondale Area area.
Weather station 3.6 miles from here
29 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',5],['2 Stars',13],['1 Star',5],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Redstone Boulders
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Featured Route For Redstone Boulders
Linkenstein V5+ 6C+ CO
: Carbondale Area
: ... : Stein Boulder
This has jugs and dynos. Do the same start as Melonstein. Traverse right across the sloping rail. Move up to the pocket and diagonal sidepull (the holds on Warm Up are off except for the starting sloper). Move up and right to the smiley face jug on Steinal Tap, up and right to a flat jug, down and right to another flat hold and finish right on the big finishing rail of Golf Ball....[more] Browse More Classics in CO