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Apr 26, 2012
Enjoying beautiful Red Rocks.
I recently got shut down trying to find the Big Sandy bouldering area for the first time. There's a large network of dirt roads at the end of Havre but they all seem to end at either a big reservoir or one of the many power stations. Has the approach changed since the Moulin guide came out or (more likely) are my route finding skills a little rusty. Either way, some beta would be much appreciated. Thanks. Aaron S
Joined Dec 10, 2006
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May 6, 2012
beck on limestone
corner of Harve and N. Magic Way. Then the locals have made the dirt road not easy to recognize by setting rocks in the way. follow the dirt tracks, then drive carefully up the bike path about 20 yards and turn east up the next dirt road, heading towards a power tower. Thomas Beck
From Las Vegas, Nevada
Joined Feb 5, 2006
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May 6, 2012
Enjoying beautiful Red Rocks.
Cool, I'll give it another go. Thanks for the beta. Aaron S
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May 7, 2012
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Hmmm, I live pretty close to that place Honcho. Josh Audrey
From LAS VEGAS
Joined Jun 17, 2006
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May 10, 2012
Enjoying beautiful Red Rocks.
Radical! We need to check it out.

We never got that beer. I was just in Mexico for a month but I'm back now. Lets meet up.
Aaron S
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May 28, 2012
The stash
I actually hiked the approach yesterday and it only took 35 minutes from the road. I couldn't drive the dirt road because of my cars ground clearance. Go up the hill underneath the power lines (there is only one dirt path that actually goes uphill and under the power lines at the same time) and stay on that path. After that follow beta in the bouldering guide. Ashley allard
From Las Vegas, nv
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