West Creek is a less visited area of the South Platte with incredible climbing on Thunder Ridge and the better known, near-the-road Sheep's Nose. There are single pitch and multipitch climbs ranging from 5.6 to 5.13. There are bolted and traditional climbs here. This area requires effort to climb. It is principally a Spring, Summer, and Fall area due to road conditions.
Go down CO 126 until you reach Deckers. Keep going for a long way until CO 126 meets CO 67, and keep south on CO 67, turn right on 68 going to Westcreek, and take a right on Stump Road. The first formation you will see is Sheep's Nose on the right and is a big dome looking formation (has nice boulder problems on approach!).
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for West Creek:
Was wondering 'bout the small dome on the right after one makes the turn off 67 coming from the north. Not the main turn but the one where ya just flick your wheel to the right on down the dirt road -Westcreek Rd. This formation sits just after a small 'V' notch in the hills on your right. There is a dirt road that goes through but looks like private property. Location is due northeast of Sheep's Nose. Dome in question is, of course, on the left in photo.
Unknown Westcreek dome. Submitted By: ssp on Nov 20, 2011