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Terrain Boulders

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All About Bob 
Antithesis of Bob, The 
Bob's Crack 
Dr. Funkenstein 
Eara Fuchin' Schmuckin' 
For Her Pleasure 
Funk Soul Roof 
Funk Soul Roof (Stand Start) 
GFP 
It Satisfies 
Kleine Schlampe 
Madam Assey 
Parasol 
Plush 
Schnitzel Bock 
Shag 
Snuff 
Spewbacca 
Tall Boy 
Tower of Power 
What About Bob? 

Terrain Boulders  


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Description 

A collection of mostly large boulders nestled in the trees at the foot of the flatirons. The trees and flatirons provide nice shade for warm days, and the seclusion of the area is a welcome change from the bustle of Flagstaff. The quality of rock here is awesome with a great variety of holds including slopers, crimps, pockets, slabs, and flakes.

The area was primary developed by Jay Droeger and is AKA Droegerland. Many problems are highball so bring the crash pad (or pads if you can). We spoke with Jay about the route dev here and the potential for new lines is still out there...

Getting There 

To be honest, the best description and topos for this area were made up by Jay and are available in a little fold-up map from Rock and Ice or visit:

frontrangebouldering.com

for the directions and topos for most of the existing routes.

Stewardship 

Please consider minimizing your impact when enjoying the area. There are already signs of erosion, plant trampling, etc. Do your best to ensure future access to this wonderful area!

Climbing Season



Weather station 1.9 miles from here

21 Total Routes

['4 Stars',4],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',10],['1 Star',4],['Bomb',0]
['<=5.6',0],['5.7',0],['5.8',0],['5.9',0],['5.10',0],['5.11',0],['5.12',0],['5.13',0],['>=5.14',0],['',0],['<=V1',2],['V2-3',12],['V4-5',6],['V6-7',0],['V8-9',1],['V10-11',0],['V12-13',0],['>=V14',0]

The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Terrain Boulders:
Dr. Funkenstein   V2 5+     Boulder   
All About Bob   V2 5+     Boulder   
Eara Fuchin' Schmuckin'   V3 6A     Boulder   
Kleine Schlampe   V3 6A     Boulder   
Funk Soul Roof   V3+ 6A+     Boulder, 10'   
Spewbacca   V4 6B     Boulder, 15'   
Parasol   V5 6C     Boulder   
Plush   V5 6C     Boulder, 10'   
It Satisfies   V5 6C PG13     Boulder, 20'   
What About Bob?   V5 6C R     Boulder, 20'   
Tower of Power   V9 7C     Boulder, 20'   
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Featured Route For Terrain Boulders
Yes he can.

What About Bob? V5 6C CO : Flatirons : ... : Terrain Boulders
This has to be among the best mid-grade boulder problems in the Front Range. Located on the Bob Boulder, follow the normal approach to the Terrain boulders, but head slightly downhill to the south just before the Fairview Boulder. The boulder is hidden from view until you're just above it.This is the intimidating but stunning line on the east face. Beginning from a well chalked jug, make strenuous moves up to the obvious hueco. Traverse right to a rail and then fire straight up the seemingly...[more]   Browse More Classics in CO

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By John Hegyes
From: Las Vegas, NV
Jul 23, 2003
Over the past two days I went up to Terrain twice, first by going via the Slab route and returning east to the Mesa Trail, next by doing the reverse. I'm a little befuddled as to why the OSMP ranger would prefer the Slab route as I found it to be pretty nonexistant as a trail and the route seemed to go through some sensitive areas such as the thick stand of five foot ferns and the deadfall area. Is it better to bushwhack through those areas (I wish I had a machete) or use the well worn trail up the ridge from the Mesa Trail? I did note that there are no trail markings adjacent to the Mesa Trail for at least a hundred yards to the west, so it's not likely that much of the general public would find their way up there. Also, I noted a large proliferation of flag markers in the area of the Mesa-to-Terrain route, what kind of work is going on up there and why the hundreds of flags?
By Adam Hicks`
Sep 2, 2003
I don't know anything about the flags or the work being done, but I, too, have just this summer abused myself by bushwhacking through the stand of five foot tall ferns. My conclusion: we're the only people near nuts enough to go up there in the heat of the summer and it's usually a winter destination when the ferns die off. I think I'll definitely be heading up there a bunch this winter and I am sure that the slab approach will be far less severe. I've also done the east ridge approach as I knew nothing of the access angst regarding this area at first, and found it to be much more amiable. I think the reason it gets the flak it does is because it's an Open Space park and the trail that would surely be created by the boulderers is not a sanctioned open space trail (i.e. it is an obviou ssign of RULE BREAKING!). I bet if we could get it passed, the OMSP would have no problem with letting us build a quality trail up there. They probably just think the ones there are already good enough. Anyone wanna start a petition?
By Ric
Jun 11, 2008
I was at the Terrain Boulders yesterday with my partner and a bear was strolling about, just 20-30 yards away. So if anyone is going up there, just be careful and don't bring any food, as we didn't either.