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Elevation: 7,143 ft
GPS: 40.598, -109.731 Google Map · Climbing Map
Shared By: Langdon DeCamp on Oct 3, 2015
Admins: Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq
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World class Sandstone, fairly secluded. Mostly Trad, but some bouldering as well.
Parking can be a proble Details

Getting There

Get on 3500 West and head north you'll end up on Dry Fork Settlement Road, continue on into the canyon, both sides of the canyon are off the hook.

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this stuff is choss Sep 2, 2017
Parking isn't an issue, just find a spot on the side of the road, and for bouldering, there are quite a few stones, and problems, but don't climb if it has rained within the last five days or so. Apr 12, 2017
Any more information about the quantity and quality of the bouldering here? Also is access and parking an issue? Apr 5, 2017

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