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By ssp
Jan 18, 2012
For that matter, what is the small wall on the right?
By Squish
From: Lakewood
Feb 4, 2012
We didn't explore the wall to the right. It took us all day to figure out how to get to the dome to the left which has a ton of climbs and carins markers all around the dome. We are trying to figure out a better approach and the name of the dome if it has one.
By Jason Haas
Feb 4, 2012
I've come in from the parking for Deep Creek Dome and climbed at the dome on the right. I wouldn't recommend that approach, but it's not terrible. The approach is straight uphill but no trail. However, if you pick your line right, the trees aren't too bad. Expect about a 45min walk if you're fit.
By Squish
From: Lakewood
Feb 6, 2012
Annnddd, now you can laugh at me. Reason being is we are looking for boulders out there. I'm used to hiking Lincoln Lake at Evans during the summer. Uphill approaches really don't bother me as much as they use to, haha. I'll def check out that approach. Thanks!
By Squish
From: Lakewood
Feb 12, 2012
Mystery solved. It's Campbell Mountain.
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A friend and I hiked to the dome on the left from Radio Head in Rampart Range. Does anyone know what dome that is and if there is an easier way to access it?

Submitted By: Squish on Nov 1, 2011
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