This is a boulder I haven't ever climbed. It's bac...
Roughly 3-5 boulders clustered together on the hill side, there is a cross/ plaque on one of the trees at the top of one of the boulders, some kid died up there I guess.. I would guess from a lion as I have seen carcasses in the area. Stay alert especially if your alone like I was yesterday.
Check out the map I put up on the main page. Stay left from the beginning of the (1st)lot and take The Sister's trail until it T's, go straight off the T and traverse up the hill side a little below the ridge line. Lots of game trails and social trails will eventually lead you there if you take the right network.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for The Memorial Boulders.:
Start low (S.D.S.) on a small shelf that's roughly located in the middle of the main wall. From here move up and slightly right into under-clings/side-pulls and crimps. Get your feet up as high as you can and push out onto the micro crimps on the steep wall before you. Continue to a decent horizontal seam/crimp. Once a match is gained finsih via a few more side-pulls and slopers that will lead you to a small scoop on the right end of the wall.Either exit by traversing right and down climbing...[more]Browse More Classics in CO
Just so everyone knows These may not be the established names, I am just using the names my friends and I use or that I have heard others say, if nothing else I will make one up as I think it sounds better then random boulder a and boulder b etc. so if you know the name of a boulder or problem leave a comment and I will change it.