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Hard to find and needing development. Rad potential for some rad bouldering. bring your Brushes! Some route potential. Watch for loose rock!

Getting There 

Instead of turning right on 5n40 for the Aretes, turn Left and continue down this road past the pond. You will faintly see a cliff between the trees on you right hand side if you have eagle eyes. Otherwise look for small rocks on the right side of the road that lead to bigger and bigger boulders. Should be looking after the 2nd small creek crossing.

Climbing Season

Weather station 1.5 miles from here

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By Tapawingo
May 9, 2012
Went in search of this place last fall and found a sweet area with large beautiful moss covered boulders. I can't help to think that its bad juju "cleaning" these boulders just for a few boulder problems. I'd keep this area untouched and go enjoy the aretes or any other developed crag in the area.
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