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Along an old scenic byway, right off the road, limestone can be found. The rock tends to be smooth, forcing harder grips and improved foot technique. Perfect for training.
Summer can be hot and buggy and winter can be cold.
From I-70, head north on Paseo. After some stoplights, the road splits. Left goes to I-29 and right becomes Cliff Drive. Follow this around a right curve and head through the gates. Veer left at the split. The cliffs are encountered on the right just before the sharp right curve.
Park across from the cliffs at one of the small pulloffs.
As of March 2022, Cliff Drive (the road itself) is blocked off to vehicles - However, the climbing area can still be accessed from the top. Navigate to "Cliff Drive Climbing - Alternate Parking for Rappel" in Google maps and park on top of the hill. Make your way down a gully to the southeast of the Google Maps pin, through the disc golf course, and end up on Cliff Drive. Walk north around the bend on Cliff drive and end up at the base of the climbs! ~5 minutes.
Alternatively, from the pin, make your way into the woods to the northeast to gain access to the top of the cliffs for rappelling/TRs.
Classic Climbing Routes at WM: Cliff Drive
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