Access Fund still owns Golden Cliffs property; soon to be transferred to Jefferson County MORE INFO >>>
Stay tuned for an announcement of the transfer to the County, as well as an upcoming celebration at Golden Cliffs to commemorate the legacy of Mayford Peery, who donated the cliffs to the Access Fund in 1994. The event will celebrate 20 years of Access Fund ownership and officially present Golden Cliffs to Jefferson County Open Space.
The route starts two routes to the left of Unknown 2. Look for a triangular roof. Climb a crack through the roof, onto a dihedral, then finish with a crack on a wall to the top. There was enough loose rock on this route nobody wanted to second me. I had to knock down a beachball-sized rock (I almost pulled it onto myself) and promise not to disturb the half of ton of gravel on top before anyone would come up. Needless to say, I would avoid this route.
This is on the leftside of the Twelve Pack Wall. Walk down to the right.
Standard rack, I went up a ways to build an anchor away from all the rubble (long slings).
By Jay Eggleston From: Littleton Apr 30, 2013 rating: 5.75a15V+13MVS 4b
Maybe this has cleaned up in the last few years, because I did not encounter much rubble or loose rock. There is lots of gravel on top though. I don't recommend the route unless you have done everything else in the area. I can see why it is not recommended in the guidebook, but it is not too bad.