Elevation: 5,701 ft
GPS: 34.634, -112.586 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
Page Views: 562 total · 57/month
Shared By: Danny Mauz on Feb 12, 2019
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

Description

South - Southwest facing boulders near the base of Granite Mountain. Pockets of great stone and a lot of choss. You won't see many folks out here.

Getting There

Best access for these boulders is park at the Upper Pasture Spring trail head off of Iron Springs road. After passing the turn off to Granite Basin Rd. take a right on Contreras Rd. Continue down Contreras Rd. for approximately 1.5 miles and take the second right into a large pull out with a dirt road on the back side. The road will turn sharply left at a cattle guard. Continue past the cattle guard to a drainage, the road continues up a small hill to a gated trail head for Trail 37. From the trail head hike until you reach a T-intersection with several large boulders (mostly choss from what i've seen) Take a left at the T. This trail will you take you into a drainage - The Granite mountain Hotshots Juniper is in this area to the west of the drainage... For the boulders - hike north until you cross the drainage and pick up a decent trail. Continue to another T-intersection. Here turn right and walk for approximately 15-20 minutes. You will crest a small hill, walk to the north off the trail and you will see the Serengeti boulders. Pick the path of least resistance through a small drainage and rolling hills to the boulders - there is a fence approximately 500 yards from the first boulder. In all, the hike is approximately 2.5 miles and depending on your pace takes around an hour. The Pin is accurate.

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