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|Submitted By: ||David Hodges on Feb 14, 2009|
A great bouldering area in all seasons but the summer as it can get extremely hot. A good place for beginners and the experienced boulderer as their are some classics from V0 to V6.
From I-70 get off in Grand Junction on US Hwy 50 heading south. A few miles out of junction,(and you will know when you are out since it all the sudden turns very desert like), you will come to CO Hwy 141. Make a right hand turn,(if you are heading south on US Hwy 50), towards the town of Naturita. Travel down this road about 5 miles and you will first see the fossil boulder on your left about 25 yards off the road.
Weather station 13.2 miles from here
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Route 5 V8 7B CO
: Grand Junction area
: ... : Plethora Boulders
This is an excellent problem that isn't over until one has fully rocked over onto the slab. Start sitting with your right hand on the obvious blocky hold and left hand on a large edge. Make a desperate first move up to a sloper or pocket and then move up to good pocket, hold the swing and continue straight up the face to the sloping lip. It may be wise to check out the top out and figure out what you can desperately crimp on before getting here on the send....[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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The fossil boulder right off of Hwy 141.
Just warming up at Bone Park.
On the Victoria's Secret Boulder within Bone Park.
BETA PHOTO: Bone Park area map.
By David Hodges
From: Parker, Colorado
Feb 14, 2009
Admins: Please place the fossil boulder and plethora boulders in this area. Thanks for your help.
From: Rifle, CO
Jan 19, 2012
Why does rc.com state that the Fossil Noulder is off limits to climbing? Anyone know about this? Hoax? BLM commando enforcement?