Elevation: 4,625 ft
GPS: 37.643, -103.579 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
Page Views: 917 total · 98/month
Shared By: Furthermore on Feb 11, 2019
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

Description

Early morning sun lights up the left side of this south-facing wall. The Don Wall currently hosts five routes with plenty more potential surrounding the area. The climbing is reminiscent of Red Rocks although much much shorter.

This area is best enjoyed from late October to mid-March. Unless you like rattlesnakes, wasps, extreme heat, and scorpions, I suggest avoiding the rest of the year. Did I mention rattlesnakes?

Getting There

The advantage to this crag is the 1-3 minute approach. Park at 37.6434, -103.5798 (best guess via satellite, so don't get pissed if it's a hundred feet off) which is located at a campsite. Walk south, and take a Class 3 gully below the cliff, the only reasonable climb-down for several hundred feet.

The crag is located at 37.6432, -103.5794 (again, a well-educated guess).

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