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Routes in Frisco Boulders

Elevation: 9,100 ft
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Shared By: Alex M on Jul 15, 2010 with updates from James Cobb and 1 other
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac
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Description

Boulders spread out between the 2 Frisco exits. Some of the nicest and most challenging rock in the county.

Getting There

There are several boulders that can be reached from either exit.

For Frisco Buttress, Via The Hot One, etc. park at the North Tenmile Creek Trailhead at I-70 Exit 201 (Far west end of Main St. Frisco). From there, walk south/west down the I-70 onramp until just before the lane merges. This is near a light pole. The bouldering area is on a shelf up to your right.

Additional rock can be found north of the parking area, follow the off ramp and look left.

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Classic Climbing Routes at Frisco Boulders

Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
V6+ 7A
 11
Frisco Buttress
Boulder
V9 7C
 5
Via The Hot One
Boulder
Route Name Location Star Rating Difficulty Date
Frisco Buttress
 11
V6+ 7A Boulder
Via The Hot One
 5
V9 7C Boulder
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The directions for this area are horrendous. The first exit (from Denver) clearly is not the ideal place to find these boulders. May 8, 2017

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