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Nomad's Land Rock Climbing 

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Nomad's Boulder (main boulder).


This area is the most obvious when you see it, having the main "too perfect" Nomad Boulder, with 6 new routes on it, from V1-V8/9. The area covers a 1/2 mile and is riddled with different types of problems.

Drive in to the park, 1/2-3/4 mile, head directly left. Once at the base of the cliffs, look around, and it will be easy to find.

Getting There 

Take the left into the park from CO 141, drive approx. 1/2 mile, you will see a parking area on your right, take the left just before that, or park there and walk if you can't 4 wheel back there, the approach is just over a 1/4 mile from that left hand path before the parking area. Enjoy the huge area of boulders. The rock can be sharp and brittle, it needs more mileage. Please be respectful of the area, avoid the black soil, seriously, go around it, avoid laziness and not picking up after yourselves, or we will eventually see it, catch you, and politely ask you not to be an awesome planet hater anymore :)

Climbing Season

For the Unaweep Canyon area.

Weather station 16.9 miles from here

8 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',8],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]

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Rock Climbing Photo: The UnicHorn.

Unicorn V4 6B  Colorado : Grand Junction Area : ... : Nomad's Land
Sit start underneath the obvious overhang (just left of Nietzsche's Fingers, moving to the south face) with shallow, left hand jug, right hand on crimp. Get a great left foot (breaking chunks off still though) and your right foot kinda dangles. Pull up for a right hand bump, traverse left. The next is a big move/dyno up to the horn, be easy though, that horn looks questionable, keep solid feet! Move up the belly, and top out....[more]   Browse More Classics in Colorado

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