Elevation: 8,103 ft
GPS: 40.833, -105.518 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
Page Views: 1,293 total · 79/month
Shared By: Skyler Mavor on Nov 25, 2018
Admins: James Schroeder, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac
Access Issue: Please be mindful of private land. Details

Description

Borrowed Fun is a secluded crag that will probably never suffer from popularity. Adventurous, scruffy crack climbing and phenomenal views of the Red Feather region await those willing to hike past the better climbing at Grazing Allotment. The climbs face south and east.

Getting There

Park as for the Grazing Allotment crag, and follow the approach trail to the climbs on the southwest face. From there, leave the trail, descend west to the small valley, and continue 300 m west to pass the unmarked private property boundary (see the photos for the approach map). Hike south to and loop around to the south face of the highest knobby crag. Scramble up the south-facing slabs (with a short, 4th Class section) to the walls above. The slabs may prove difficult for dogs.

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