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Elevation: 6,231 ft 1,899 m
GPS: 35.1376, -106.4829
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Shared By: Max Ottesen on Apr 22, 2013
Admins: Jason Halladay, Mike Hoskins, Anna Brown

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Most of the boulders here are pretty easy, but it's a nice spot to warm up at. All the rocks are granite (at least I'm pretty sure) so they're all pretty rough. Depending on how hard or long you're climbing, your hands might get pretty ripped up

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From the parking lot, go to the North west trail and the boulders will be to the north. They're on a small hill that's behind a fence, but the fence doesn't actually block them off. Follow the trail east and when it Y's, take the left trail that heads along the fence. When you get to a T in the trail, there's a path that heads through the fence and one that heads left right before the fence. Take the trail left. It will go for a while, but right before you get to the houses, the trail will take a right and the fence ends. You can walk right up to the boulders from there.

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