The Klettergarden Bouldering
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DescriptionThis area is shady in the aspen trees; it has good rock quality. There are a number of nice boulders here. They are covered in Colorado Bouldering.
Getting ThereTake I-70 to the Minturn/Redcliff exit (#171). Follow the road until you cross over the big Redcliff bridge. After a little turn you will see a big parking area; park there. Directly across the road there is a dirt road leading up to the boulders.
Per Bob Robinson: Take US Highway 24 south from I-70 through the town of Red Cliff. About 0.5 mile after crossing the Red Cliff bridge, US Highway 24 forms a Y intersection with Water Street, which heads back to Red Cliff under the bridge
The parking is on your right in the dirt pullout/median between Water Street and US Highway 24. Study a Google map of the area, and you will see what I am talking about.
On the map, you will see a road across from the pullout called "Powerline Road". This is the old 4x4 trail to the Klettergarden.
You can even do a street view on Google Maps of this area and get a great idea of what it looks like from the road. You can even look down the path to the boulders from US Highway 24. Pretty sweet.
The total mileage from I-70 to the parking area is approximately 11 miles.
Classic Climbing Routes at The Klettergarden
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