Swan Mountain Road Climbing
|GPS:||39.599, -106.036 Google Map · Climbing Map|
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|Shared By:||Mike Robinson on Feb 28, 2007|
|Admins:||Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac|
DescriptionThis wall is shady and cool in the summer. It is a good traverse wall with a number of individual boulders and a couple of short/easy sport routes. It is great for playing "add on" or just building endurance through the traverse. It is a great place to just hang out and do some moderate level bouldering (V0-V5).
Swan Mountain Wall
A. The Overhang, 9+, 1p.
B. Frogger, 8, 1p.
C. Rat Nest, 8, 1p.
Swan Mountain Cliffs
A. 5.6 TR - 1, 1p, TR.
B. 5.6 TR, 1p, TR.
C. 10 / 12 TR, 1p.
D. 9, 1p, bolts.
The Scoop, V0+, 10'.
The Island, V1, 15'.
Spider Web, V1-, 15'.
The Onion Roll Boulder
Heel Thyself, V1-2, 8'.
The Onion Roll, V7.
Getting ThereFrom Dillon: Follow US Highway 6 towards Keystone, turning right onto Swan Mountain Road at Summit Cove. Follow Swan Mountain Road for 2.0 miles to the Prospector/Windy Point Campground entrance. Park just before the gate.
From Breckenridge: Travel North on CO Highway 9 to Farmer's Korner and take a right at the intersection with Swan Mountain Road. Follow the road up and past Sapphire Point, and turn left into the Prospector/Windy Point Campground entrance after 2.8 miles.
From the parking lot, take obvious trail. Traverse Wall will come into view with in 5-8 minutes of walking, the rest of the boulders can be found by exploring the area.
The boulders are where Road Number 95 is shown.
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