This is a small chunk of lower-angled rock lying below most of the climbing at The Sport Park/Surprising Crag area.
From Peter Franzen "Sport Park Slab lies below Surprising Crag; it can be approached by heading downstream (N) shortly after crossing the creek, then heading uphill to the crag."
Mark Rolofson has an excellent Boulder Canyon Sport & Adventure Climber's Guide, Volume II, The Upper Canyon. Consider it for more details.
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Walk in the Park 5.6 Trad, Sport, 1 pitch, 135 feet
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Walk in the Park 5.6 CO : Boulder Canyon : ... : Sport Park Slab
Start up the big crack that runs left of the first bolt that you can see from the ground. This comes to the first of many ledges. Climb up through the second bolt, and 5.6 crux to another ledge. From there, you have a crack on the right of the bolt line, and lots of good feet. Pass a couple more ledges and clip the anchor from a ledge just below and left of it. The route can be walked off to the right, and it deposits you at Surprising Crag.It would be a two rope rap, and lowering is not re...[more] Browse More Classics in CO