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Elevation: 9,500 ft
GPS: 42.759, -109.704 Google Map · Climbing Map
Page Views: 3,504 total, 28/month
Shared By: DavidHH on Jul 27, 2007
Admins: Mike Snyder

Description

A great very secluded spot for summer bouldering and sport climbing. I have been here close to a dozen times and never seen another person. There are some great boulders and also a few sport routes which I have never done. All over looking the wind river range. This is a harsh environment and the wind will blow, winter is extremely cold and summer can be hot. However, choose the right day and you can have perfect temps here where other places are just too hot.

Getting There

From Hwy 191 heading south out of Pinedale, WY for about 12 miles and you will come into Boulder WY. Turn east in Boulder WY on hwy 353, this is a very small town and you make the left just past the only gas station in town. Stay on hwy 353 for about 4 miles and turn left,(north), on boulder lake road. Follow boulder lake road for about 3 miles and you will see the formation on your right once you top the hill. See included picture. Once you have topped the hill you will take a right on the first dirt road that looks like it heads directly towards the rocks. As you approach you will notice the "Drule Cup of the Gods" boulder since it is very easy to recognize.

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