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The Aspen Glade is the left half of the Gun Street escarpment. The cliff is characterized by long, clean dolomite, generally slightly less than vertical, similar to the stone found at Cowboy Poetry. Like Cowboy Poetry, the cliff is very exposed, with few trees at the base, and faces more or less south. Early risers can catch a bit of shade before 10am (at the height of summer) and the cliff gets shade at dusk. There is a 5.11 on the back side of a leaning block that stays shady nearly all day (and overhangs significantly).
Its possible to approach from the main parking area by continuing west past Rising From the Plains & The Erratic to the next cliffline.
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Featured Route For The Aspen Glade
Spurs Equal Velocity 5.12a 7a+ 25 VIII+ E5 6a WY : Wild Iris : ... : The Aspen Glade
Among the best of the grade at the Iris, Spurs features flawless, stone multiple cruxes, and a long section of joyous pocket cranking. Despite its length, the line is quite bouldery, featuring two roof encounters, with the burly crux clearing the second roof with memorable exposure, just below the anchor.Begin with a tricky mantle to reach the first roof. Big reaches & jugs gain the stellar slab and a great rest. Cruise up 5.10 pockets to a good shake below the high roof. More huge reaches ...[more] Browse More Classics in WY
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