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By BJ Sbarra
From: Carbondale, CO
Oct 13, 2012
|Thanks for posting, been curious about this area for awhile. Looks really fun!|
By Jesse Zacher
From: Grand Junction, Co
Oct 18, 2012
|Some pictures and more effort on the descriptions would be appreciated.|
From: Cañon City, CO
Mar 17, 2014
The East Paradox Creek crossing, approach #1, is impassable from the heavy rains last fall. Five foot banks on both sides of the ravine now block the road. The road could be repaired but really it is unnecessary.
Another approach is: heading west on Hwy 90, look for an unmarked ranch road about 200 yards past road EE 21. EE21 is on the left and the unmarked ranch road is on the right. Close the gate behind you. You will pass another gate or two on the way that need to be closed behind you. Take the most traveled road for about 2 or 3 beers until you come to the parking area. High clearance and occasional 4x4 is needed.
This road takes one by many areas of archeological importance. Be aware that camps are not too close to them. Also fun to explore on the rest days.
By DLG Gilbert
From: Ridgway, Colorado
Apr 11, 2016
FOUND: 4/10/2016 Climbing shoes @ Open Range wall - Chili Durango VCRs. Send me an e-mail if they are yours, and we'll get them back to you.
Also, on the vehicle approach from the bottom of the crag, you can take either the first or second road (heading west) after EE22 road. Both are passable right now. The road is dry.