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Oct 31, 2010
Looking to get up to the cloud shadow in flatirons in boulder co. but dont know how to get there.
anyone with directions would be cool to help me out. thanks
aaron davidson
From Denver, Co
Joined Apr 6, 2010
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Oct 31, 2010
not sure if there is another area called clad shadow in the flatirons, but the best known cloud shadow is on flagstaff mountain. mountainproject.com/v/colorado... Jason Killgore
From boulder, co
Joined Sep 18, 2008
100 points
Oct 31, 2010
yeah i meant to say flagstaff, all the bouldering there, is it all near the same rock? or spread out pretty far? ? its my first time out there and i really want to see all the boulders there but im not too familiar. aaron davidson
From Denver, Co
Joined Apr 6, 2010
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Oct 31, 2010
Go here for all your Flagstaff needs...

flagstaffmountainbouldering.bl...
Scott McMahon
From Boulder, CO
Joined Feb 15, 2006
105 points
Nov 1, 2010
thanks man! like i said im just looking to see how many boulders are in the same area of cloud shadow. within walking distance. aaron davidson
From Denver, Co
Joined Apr 6, 2010
0 points
Nov 1, 2010
Aaron,

Bookmark this link...

Chip has done the best job of cataloging, describing, and yes giving you fantastic directions to all climbs.

flagstaffmountainbouldering.bl...

Cloudshadow as an area is so close to many other areas. Park at the Capstan boulder, go across the railguard and down hill. (See Chips guide for better directions...)

Do not miss Hagan's wall, Bob's Bulge, or the Under Cling Traverse... You can climb anywhere from v0-v13 on this block.

Enjoy!

And thanks Chip for your masterpiece of a guidebook!
Andrew Vojslavek
Joined Jun 7, 2006
50 points
Nov 1, 2010
aaron davidson wrote:
thanks man! like i said im just looking to see how many boulders are in the same area of cloud shadow. within walking distance.


Everything is pretty much within a 10-15 minute walk for the most park. Park in the middle and have at it.

BTW you'll either need to be a Boulder resident or pay the parking fee. You don't want to get a huge ticket to avoid the 3 bucks.
Scott McMahon
From Boulder, CO
Joined Feb 15, 2006
105 points
Nov 9, 2010
sick thanks guys!
im also in the market for a new pad! if anyone is sellin or anything let me know please!
aaron davidson
From Denver, Co
Joined Apr 6, 2010
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