All Locations > Colorado > Estes Park Valley > CO Hwy 7 & Trib… > Jurassic Park -… > Dinosaur's Foot
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|FA:||Andy Brown, Rick Guerrieri, Jeff Rickerl, 1996|
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|Shared By:||Jeff Lockyer on Nov 7, 2001|
|Admins:||Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac|
Judging by the line, this route doesn't get climbed much. I didn't climb this route on this day but did climb the route just uphill from it. The route climbs up a dirty slab placing you under a roof, place your #8/9 hex, #2 Camalot and then traverse left to a bolt over the roof. Head to the top from here, you can sling a block or place gear for an anchor from here. You can walk off the route from here which places you back down in the gully you climbed to get to the base of the route.
Mixed route - Bring along a #8/9 hex to protect below the roof, natural anchor, sling big blocks at top.
This route is located in a gully between the two obvious walls at this area on the left side of the trail (facing away from the lake). You will have to scramble through some bushes, etc. to get to the base of this route, but the roof should be fairly obvious from the trail. It is the right of the 2 lines here.