BETA PHOTO: 1. Caucasian Sandal, 5.7. 2. Joan's Solitude, 5.8....
This is for Summer only (or early Autumn) as it faces North-Northwest with great Western views of the snowy Divide and Devil's Thumb. It has metamorphic rock reminiscent of Hallett Buttress.
All 3 routes share same top anchor of 2 bolts Fixe (3/8" x 3 1/2").
A. Caucasian Sandal
, 7, 1p, 90', bolts & gear.
B. Loosely Between the Bolts, 9+, 1p, 90', TR.
C or C1. Joan's Solitude
, 8, 1p, 90', bolts & gear.
C2 or D. Salto Syllabic
, 7, 1p, 90', bolts & gear. Eds. The routes go into the sun ~2p as late as mid-September.
Drive through Nederland, take the turn to Eldora ski area, veer left up the ski road, and park immediately on the right at a dirt pullout. Walk the road to the slab.
Eds. note, this is probably ~200 yards uphill from the pullout. The short approach is quite loose as the scree is not anchored. There are retaining rock nets just west of the climbs.
Weather station 4.0 miles from here
3 Total Routes
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Eldora Summer Slab is easily accessed by public transport and bike.
Take RTD to Ned High School, pedal the mile to the base. Travel lighty with rope, QDs, and a few stoppers. Lunch on top at the belay. Rap down and bike in the Town of Eldora, return via RTD from Ned High.
By Eric Klammer
From: Boulder, CO
Aug 15, 2014
Fun little crag that is worth a visit and a great place to get away from the BoCan crowds and up towards the mountains. Be aware that the bolts are near the cruxes, but slight runouts exist on easier terrain, and some gear is required (great job FAs, much more interesting climbing than most of Boulder Canyon), probably not great routes for 5.7 leaders. Cool rock as well, very angular fractures lead to abundant jugs and incuts!