The Subterranean Wall (A.K.A.) The Dragon's Den Bouldering
|GPS:||39.624, -105.346 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Luke Childers on May 21, 2009|
|Admins:||Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac|
DescriptionAlthough hidden and difficult to find, this small wall holds many (HBs) lines and traverses. Facing the same direction as the Energy Wall, sun is often present through out most of the day. This is a great spring/fall area.
The rock is of good quality. Most of the problems are 10-25 feet tall and require good spotters and a bold mind. This quiet climbing wonderland is secluded and quiet. It is a real gem if you can locate it.
Getting TherePark in the 1st parking lot. Take the Ponderosa trial about 200 yards and start looking to your right (up hill). You may be able to the formation from the trail because you can see the trail from the Subterranean Wall.
Even if you don't see the rock start moving up hill (right) about 50 yards or so and start traversing around until you find the wall.
It's a rock band not unlike the Energy wall only it's closer to the Ponderosa Trail and parking than you can ever image.
Often one must wonder a bit to find this wall be well worth the search.
I plan to landmark this Wall for more accurate location in the future. For now this is the best way to describe its location.
I even get lost when looking for it so times. But once you find it... it's a gold mine!!!!
Classic Climbing Routes at The Subterranean Wall (A.K.A.) The Dragon's Den
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