A crumbly, roadcut/blasted, roadside crag with several bolted routes. This crag won't win any awards, but it's easy to access and is near to a nice picnic area. TWC receives good sun, even in the winter. Some faces have moderate lichen growth. There is a substantial amount of loose scree and some larger rocks can pop off, too.
From the intersection of CO 7 & US 36, go ~3.5 miles upstream. This is about halfway between mile marker 30 and mile marker 29. TWC is on the right hand side of the road directly across from a low-lying picnic area. There is a yellow "Falling Rock" road sign at the base of one of the routes.
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Psychovino's Spaghetti Hell 5.9- Sport, 1 pitch, 60 feet
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Psychovino's Spaghetti Hell 5.9- CO : Lyons : ... : Turd World Country
This is an OK climb with good protection. Start up a face with a couple of easy moves, move through the well-protected crux with a long reach up & over a dynamite channel, then mantle onto a scree-filled ledge. Careful here as the pebbles will tumble onto your belayer. Pull an odd move near the corner before mounting the lichen-covered face with a left hand side-pull. Pass a bolt on the face, clip a bolt on the floor of the ledge, mantle, do one move on a block and mantle again to top out....[more] Browse More Classics in CO