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|By Adam B|
From: Wheat Ridge, CO
Jan 27, 2012
How close to a river/stream were you? That rock has been rounded by tumbling in a river at some point, which may answer your question.
|By Leo Paik|
From: Westminster, Colorado
Jan 27, 2012
You know, sometimes climbers are a playful bunch that like to mess with other folks and migrate a bit of rock from one area to another just to confound the future visitor...not that any of us have ever done that before.
Feb 4, 2012
Actually the rock wasn't near a stream or a river. We found it as sort of a trail marker hiking to the dome I posted that no one has yet to identify. It's just like Evans salt and pepper granite. It was also probably a good 60 lbs or so....
Feb 12, 2012
It was on top of a ridge line hiking from Radiohead to Campbell Mountain... if this doesn't make the mystery any more confusing....
|By Old and Busted|
From: Centennial, CO
Feb 13, 2012
It's a glacial erratic. The rock was scooped up elsewhere and dragged along and relocated by the glacier that carved out Devil's Head, T-Ridge, and left the huge, balanced rock down Rampart Range Road.