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Steggie Stone Rock Climbing 

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Location: 38.88783, -108.51646 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Nick Reecy on Oct 11, 2014


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BETA PHOTO: Steggie Stone's south and west faces. Note the loc...


Steggie is a thin, rectangular block that is comprised of mixed quality rock. Landings that surround the boulder are for the most part very good. There are potential problems on many of its faces, the south-facing overhang is the main draw most likely.

Any ascent requires a small downclimb of the boulder's west face.

Getting There 

It is located in the Southie Area. From the parking area, head downhill, cross East Creek, head up toward the Mecca Boulder on the dirt track, continue past the boulder about 50 yards, and then head uphill toward the cliff. Below the cliff, there is a foot path. Head in a southwesterly direction, and the boulder will be on the left. Upon reaching the Mothership Boulder, head directly east for about 25 yards. It is best to just look at the page map. It's tough to explain, this one is pretty far out there.

Climbing Season

For the Mecca Boulder Area area.

Weather station 16.0 miles from here

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