Sol Tut Boulder Rock Climbing
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|Location: ||38.8992, -108.4997 View Map Incorrect?
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BETA PHOTO: Sol Tut Boulder's south face: Fiddled Fingers (V3-...
Sol Tut is comprised of mixed rock, some is very good, and some is very bad. Many of its features are comprised of thin flakes that are very brittle. Many of these flakes will chip off on first contact but, once clear, result in solid edges.
From the main parking for the Pool of Plenty, cross CO Hwy 141 and you're there. It lies maybe 20 yards off the highway but is hidden by some pinyon pines. Reference the page map for clarification.
Climbing Season For the Nine Mile Hill area.
Weather station 15.3 miles from here
5 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For Sol Tut Boulder
Silent Shout V3 6A Colorado
: Grand Junction Area
: ... : Sol Tut Boulder
Silent Shout is a complete compression/arete problem that ascends good rock over a poor landing.Sit start with hands matched on the arete. From there, pull up to a left hand edge, heel down, and crank up to the jug, then move out with the left hand to a big sidepull, bump the left up to a sharp edge (crux?), move the right hand up through a pair of bumps, eventually hit a horizontal left hand edge and a right hand two-finger pocket, get a right foot on the jug, rock around the arete to an edge, ...[more] Browse More Classics in Colorado