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Atomic Energy Bouldering

Atomic Energy Bouldering Rock Climbing 


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Location: 38.27615, -108.71788 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Christian Prellwitz on Mar 28, 2010
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Description 

One of the most extensive and developed bouldering spots in the entire Naturita/West End area. Over 100 problems on mostly high quality Dakota Sandstone. A 'must visit' area for Telluride/West End climbers. Great camping amongst the boulders and outstanding sport/trad routes on the cliffs above. Full information can be found in 'A Guide To Bouldering In The Telluride & West End Areas' by Christian Prellwitz.

Getting There 

From the junction of Hwy. 90 and Road EE22, drive 5.6 miles and turn right onto an unmarked dirt road. There will be a large boulder on the left (this is the Warm Up Boulder). You can park here or continue for another tenth of a mile on a rough road to an obvious large parking area.

Climbing Season

For the Naturita and Paradox Valley area.

Weather station 6.3 miles from here


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Rock Climbing Photo: Lexi Tuddenham 'Box Car Sidepull' (V1).
Lexi Tuddenham 'Box Car Sidepull' (V1).
Rock Climbing Photo: Simon Hutton 'Breaking The Waves' (V1, from the st...
Simon Hutton 'Breaking The Waves' (V1, from the st...
Rock Climbing Photo: Boxcar Arete, probably my favorite line in the are...
Boxcar Arete, probably my favorite line in the are...
Rock Climbing Photo: This balancy beauty will put your slab game to the...
This balancy beauty will put your slab game to the...
Rock Climbing Photo: The best way to downclimb.
The best way to downclimb.
Rock Climbing Photo: Jeph Blaine.
Jeph Blaine.
Rock Climbing Photo: Jeph can throw the (Russ?) dyno with no problem.
Jeph can throw the (Russ?) dyno with no problem.
Rock Climbing Photo: Christian Prellwitz 'A Train' (V4).
Christian Prellwitz 'A Train' (V4).
Rock Climbing Photo: The crag boulders are the best.
The crag boulders are the best.
Rock Climbing Photo: Juniper Boulder.
Juniper Boulder.
Rock Climbing Photo: Lexi Tuddenham 'Juniper Center' (V0+).
Lexi Tuddenham 'Juniper Center' (V0+).
Rock Climbing Photo: Christian Prellwitz 'Black Streak' (V4/4+).
Christian Prellwitz 'Black Streak' (V4/4+).
Rock Climbing Photo: Bouldering near A.E.C.
Bouldering near A.E.C.
Rock Climbing Photo: Lexi Tuddenham 'Nor'easter' (V0+).
Lexi Tuddenham 'Nor'easter' (V0+).
Rock Climbing Photo: Sarah Carden 'Sunshine Arete' (V0).
Sarah Carden 'Sunshine Arete' (V0).

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