This is a secluded area of all sizes of boulders. There is potential for some dicey high balls but be safe with landings. Most of the taller routes are bolted. This is fair quality of granite. There is a book written by Wes Gooch describing the area and routes with better details.
From Hwy 191 heading south out of Pinedale, WY for about 12 miles and you will come into Boulder WY. Turn east in Boulder WY on hwy 353, Make a left just past the only gas station in town. Stay on hwy 353 for about 4 miles and turn left,(north), on boulder lake road. Follow boulder lake road for about 3 miles and you will see the formation on your right once you top the hill. See included picture. Once you have topped the hill you will take a right on the first dirt road that looks like it heads directly towards the rocks. As you approach you will notice the "Drule Cup of the Gods" boulder since it is very easy to recognize
Climbing Season For the All Locations area.
Weather station 19.6 miles from here
18 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',7],['2 Stars',10],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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Drule Cup of the Gods V5+ 6C+ WY
: Pinedale Area
: ... : Drule Cup of the Gods
The problem starts low on small crimps and nubs. Follow sharp crimps and finger pockets to a rail. Move left off rail into pockets and slap for the unforgivable top top out at the tallest part of the boulder. I recomend several crashpads and more then one spotter. The landing is a backbreaker. interesting topout. There isnt much to grab just slap and pull....[more] Browse More Classics in WY
From: Parker, Colorado
Oct 19, 2009
I submitted this whole area a few years ago under Wyoming then Stonehenge, I did not submit the entire Pinedale area since I only submit routes that I have climbed. You can read the post on the webpage and view some of the history of the area. I believe Tristan was around when Sherman put up a lot of these problems.
Admins: This area does not need to be listed twice but the more I think about it Pinedale should be listed as an area.