Woodland Park Boulders (The Corridor) Rock Climbing
Ken Alston, 5.10 crack on Corridor Rock.
Beautiful bouldering area that sees little traffic these days. Was once a highly used practice area for local climbers, and (at least) once hosted a big bouldering contest back in '88. Perfect splitters, and crystal face climbs. Bring tape. Most of these problems were done long ago by local hardmen. If you know the proper names to the routes, or the First Senders, please post it.
Head North from Woodland Park until you reach Rampart Range Road. Continue N. past the turnoff to rampart reservoir about five hundred yards. Look for a large disk/flake on your left and park next to it along the road. Follow a trail 50 yards uphill to the left to reach the corridor. The long boulder to your right is Corridor boulder, and has two good hands cracks, a finger traverse, and other face climbs. The first boulder to your left is Gargoyle boulder.
Weather station 6.9 miles from here
9 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',4],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]
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|Comments on Woodland Park Boulders (The Corridor)
By Allen Hill
From: FIve Points, Colorado and Pine
Nov 5, 2007
This area is great. The flake traverse is a classic. I climbed here three four times a week one lazy unemployed summer. Harvey Carter did a lot of the problems long ago.There use to be a number of his red dots. In fact the first time I went here was with Harvey himself and a twelve pack of Milwaukee's Best.