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European Human Being Boulder Climbing
|GPS:||40.305, -105.661 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Peter Beal on Jun 25, 2010|
|Admins:||Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac|
Access Issue: Fragile Alpine Area Details
This is a fragile alpine bouldering area and following Leave No Trace principles is important. Never stash pads. Do not alter landings, chip or glue holds, or remove or alter vegetation. Walk on hard surfaces such as boulders or established trails. Store your gear on boulders instead of dirt or vegetation. Clean up spilled chalk and tick marks and brush holds. Keep your presence low key and unobtrusive. Pack out everything you brought and anything else that shouldn't have been left there. RMNP rangers are very aware of the impact that bouldering has on this environment.
Description [Suggest Change]
Tucked away on the southeast corner of Lake Haiyaha, this small boulder holds one of the most well-known testpieces in RMNP
Getting There [Suggest Change]
Two ways exist. One is to head up the main trail to Lake Haiyaha, heading right into the woods a few hundred yards after the trail junction sign. There will be a few tallish boulders to get around. The problem is 50 yards or less from the trail. The other is to make your way southwest from the Bush Pilot Boulder, navigating some fallen trees and the edge of the lake.
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