Wilderness of Rocks Bouldering
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Climbers have been bouldering here for years, but development was minimal and mostly contained to rock near the northeast end of the WOR trail. As hard bouldering boomed in recent years, dedicated pebble wrestlers pressed deeper into the wilderness, uncovering hundreds of untouched problems on diversely featured stone. As of this writing (2017) the majority remain incomplete or undiscovered.
Approaches range from longish to brutal, with the deepest areas requiring complex off-trail routefinding well over an hour from the trailhead. Camping is allowed and recommended. Please camp only in established sites and be firewise.
See oldpueblobouldering.com for more information
Cross-country travel is cryptic and perilous. Hidden slabs, sinkholes, and wrong turns can ruin a trip fast. Trails fade. Cairns disappear. Missteps and accidents may bear cosmic consequences. Consider asking for a tour of remote areas on your first visit.
This entire area is protected as part of the Pusch Ridge Wilderness. Tread lightly and take pains to follow established approach routes. Refrain from recklessly destroying vegetation. No excessive landscaping. Never feed or disturb wildlife.
Classic Climbing Routes at Wilderness of Rocks
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