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Maze / Stairs, The 
Trifecta Boulders 


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Location: 31.8366, -99.0067 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Zach Wahrer on Jul 18, 2011
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Nikki starting "Mission Impossible".


Lots of highball boulders (many with easy to set bolted TR anchors if you prefer), along with quite a bit of regular bouldering on solid limestone next to the lake.

Problems range from V0-V7, with the vast majority being V0-V2.

Lots of trees and canyon like formations provide good cover on hot, sunny days. Swim in the lake afterward to cool down!

Getting There 

From Brownwood, take TX-279 north out of town. Turn right on FM-2125 (i.e. towards Lake Brownwood Dam). Continue on 2125 for about 6.5 miles until you come to a 4-way stop and then turn right onto Spillway Road. Go about 1/2 mile on Spillway until it forks and take the left road onto Kirkland Drive. Drive for a short distance and park in the gravel on the right side of the road next to a short section of fence with signs about the park being closed after dark. Climbing is reached by going down the stone stairs behind the fence.

7 Total Routes

['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',2],['2 Stars',4],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]

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Sam entering the crux on "Tall Cool Blue One"

Tall Cool Blue One V0 4 PG13  TX : Brownwood : The Maze / Stairs
Crimpy vertical face with fun moves and a relatively high crux. Topout on jugs. Can be toproped from bolted anchors if it seems too high to boulder....[more]   Browse More Classics in TX

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By Zach Wahrer
From: The Road
Jul 18, 2011
A PDF guide is available here .
By blewis
Jul 21, 2013
restritced access
restritced access

We were just in the Brownwood area and excited to try out the bouldering - we learned that the bouldering is restricted to landowners and registered guests. Sadly someone decided that the walls need some graphetti - and the area is no longer open to the public.