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.
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.