The Eden Wall Rock Climbing
Routes in The Eden Wall
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This is a crag in the Poudre Canyon that is down and left of The Nod.
A. Garden Of Eden, 11-, 1p, 145', bolts & gear.
B. Fish & Whistle, 11- X, 1p, TR.
C. East of Eden, 5.9, 1p, 125', gear.
D. West of Eden, 10 PG-13, 1p, 115', gear.
Getting TherePer Holly Barnard: The Eden Wall is 19.5 miles up the canyon from the intersection of CO 14 and US 287 (Ted's Place). There is a pullout on the right, directly below the climb East of Eden (a right-facing dihedral). There are also some caution signs for climbers near the pull out which may help identify the area.
Per Ivan Rezucha: from Stove Prairie Road, head west a couple of miles to The Narrows, where climbable rock closes in on the road on both sides. Shortly after you cross the bridge which puts you on the north side of the river, East of Eden, the obvious, large, right-facing dihedral, will be facing you on the right side of the road. There is a small pullout on the right, and there is a large lone pine tree on a ledge a little right of the dihedral.
Classic Climbing Routes at The Eden Wall
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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