Array ( [0] => 105708955 [1] => 105708956 [2] => 105802036 [3] => 105744400 [4] => 106571728 [5] => 107255838 [6] => 110782861 ) Rock Climbing Routes & Photos in Pulsipher Stone, Grand Junction Area
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Pulsipher Stone

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Pulsipher Stone Rock Climbing 

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Location: 38.89897, -108.49959 View Map  Incorrect?
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BETA PHOTO: Pulsipher's west face.


Pulsipher Stone is a small boulder. The rock quality is very good, and the landings are a mix of good and bad.

Getting There 

From the parking area, cross CO Highway 141 to the east, then head southeast for about 25 yards. Reference the page map for the precise location.

Climbing Season

For the Nine Mile Hill area.

Weather station 15.3 miles from here

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Rock Climbing Photo: Approaching the mantle sequence of Vertical Pulse.

Vertical Pulse V1 5  Colorado : Grand Junction Area : ... : Pulsipher Stone
Sit start with a sloping left hand edge and a small right hand crimp. From there, pull up to the large diagonal shelf with the right hand, work the hands up the shelf, reach a pair of slopers with the left hand at the boulder's apex, then mantle on top....[more]   Browse More Classics in Colorado

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