The rock is of good quality. The landings can be a little rough, so bring some friends and make sure they bring all there pads. There are four main area's that make up this broken world of high ball bouldering and broken cliff bands.
The "Leftism Alcove" offers the best in shaded climbing, but the tall prize climbing is found on the "Left Brain Buttress.
There are also a nice selection of easy and enjoyable slab line located on the south side of the second tier. A truly magical place to climb. A must visit if you are around "The Brothers' Lookout."
From the 1st parking lot, take the Sisters trail until it meets up with the Ponderosa. Take a left (west) for about 50 yards and look up to your right and you will see the Brothers Lookout lower tier. This is where "The Wisdom Wall" is located. Once you have got the lower tier spotted, just bush whack your way towards the while staying slightly EAST of main terrace. Continue past the first tier via a gully that is best accessed from the far EAST of The Brothers Formation. Walk up the gully looking to your right and you will start to see the hidden jewels of the 2nd Tier.
Weather station 1.7 miles from here
17 Total Routes
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: ... : Left Brain Buttress
Climb the short slab in the middle of the buttress onto an ever steeping wall that offers up a few nice deep crimps but the joy will end soon. After gaining a nice rail of crimps you must past your feet up onto the steep.... bare down.. and toss right handed into a nice jug that seems just almost out of reach. Finish by battling the ever steeping wall to the top. Walk off left or continue to the full top out....[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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