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By Keith Reed
Nov 20, 2014
The bouldering area commonly known as the Nolan River aka Blum
is on Army Corps of Engineer land. It is a federal park open to all.
This area has been federal park land since the 1960's.
Access is open
By steph johnson
From: Roanoke (DENTON)
Jan 20, 2016
|Hey Keith, I was wondering if any one climbed at The Burn( chisholm trail park) anymore? It was always sketchy with land owners in the late 80's and 90'sclimbing with the old crew.|
By Ryan A. Ray
From: Weatherford, TX
Sep 18, 2016
|Steph, unfortunately the burn is still on private property and closed to public access! Its ashamed, beautiful climbing!|
By Killian Smith
Apr 1, 2017
Went out here a few times in late march. Only climbed around the Jizzersize Boulders. There is quite a large section in the "Texas Limestone Bouldering" book that is not here on MP.
There was a lot of snakes. There isn't a great trail to the rocks, and you have to cross the river that was only running a few inches deep.
We spent the morning here, and then would go to Paluxy (sub 30 min drive away) to take a nap and climb a bit out there for a complete day.
The Atlantis Boulder was surrounded by drift wood and we saw a bunch of snakes in it.
Parking on the southside of the bridge didn't give us any problems. The locals parked there as well.