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Logjam Wall  Rock Climbing 


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Elevation: 7,526'
Location: 38.68794, -106.04565 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Michael Mote on Sep 22, 2015
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Description 

This crag has fun, committing solos over the river on solid rock. Moss exists on some of the large ledges, but it is mostly clean rock. There is a possibility for more, cooler routes here and over the river in other parts of Brown's. Commercial rafts will move through most of the day during peak season (May-August), so watch out below.

Getting There 

Fisherman's Bridge put in or Ruby Mountain gets you there quickest. The only way to get on these climbs is from a boat. After Hemorrhoid Rapid, the river gradually bends right through flat water, as soon as the channel constricts and bends back left you can see a rock shaped like a bird's head (Jayhawk rock) overhanging the river ahead and a massive piece of driftwood river right. The only wall with climbs so far sits just up steam from the driftwood. This is before the long straightaway to Big Drop Rapid.

Climbing Season



Weather station 10.7 miles from here

1 Total Climbing Routes

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Rock Chalk V0-1 4+  Colorado : Buena Vista : ... : Logjam Wall
Starting from a boat works best. The beginning is a tricky bulge up to some solid edges. After that, move right to the arete through the crux where you really feel the exposure. If you stay in the dihedral up the middle, you encounter a mossy ledge which is more 5.8 but needs cleaning. Moving back to the middle above the mossy ledge lends bigger holds....[more]   Browse More Classics in Colorado

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