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By M Lindfors
From: Highlands Ranch
May 22, 2006
The rock is very sandy and flakes off easily.
Be on the lookout for many cacti.
By Shaun Conrardy
From: Castle Rock, Colorado
Jul 18, 2006
|Parking/access may be an issue in the near future. The open area at the "dead end" of Mitchell is tagged for a Middle School. Development could start as soon as late 2006 (this year).|
By Tom Hanson
Sep 18, 2006
Thanks for adding the update.
I sure hope that the new development behind us doesn't cover up too much of our great mountain view.
Have you seen the mapped layout of what they are building?
It looks like we'll have some single family homes directly behind us, with the middle school closer to Mikelson.
From: Denver, CO
Apr 5, 2011
|Whatever happened with this place? I see the posts are 5 yrs old, and none of the boulders show any routes. Can you still boulder there? Is it even worth it if the rock is crumbly sand?|