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One Sweet Slab Rock Climbing 

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Submitted By: John Jarvinen on Aug 30, 2009
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A sweet looking, green granite, slabby boulder. It's a great boulder to warm up on.

Getting There 

The best way to get to "One Sweet Slab" is to park in the upper or second parking lot. Take the "Bluebird Meadow Trail" EAST to it's junction with "The Silver Fox Trail." At this junction continue east on the "Silver Fox Trail" until you run into the "Ponderosa Trail." Once these two trials meet, follow the "Ponderosa Trail" about 50 or so yards while looking up hill in a North/Easterly direction. "The Spire" should soon come into view, "One Sweet Slab" is the nearest boulder about 15 feet up the hill.

Climbing Season

For the Alderfer/Three Sisters Park area.

Weather station 1.4 miles from here

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Featured Route For One Sweet Slab

One Sweet Slab V0 4  Colorado : Morrison/Evergreen : ... : One Sweet Slab
Start near the middle of the slabby part of the boulder, just left of the tree. Balance your body up the slab until you can get your feet on the big foot hold about 7 feet up. On top of the large flake coming out there's a good pocket and some jugs. The feet disappear a little for the crux go for the nob at the top. Top out....[more]   Browse More Classics in Colorado

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