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Fly Cave Wall

Fly Cave Wall  

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Submitted By: Dan Russell on Dec 31, 2001
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This wall is chossy, but has some cool movement, and it overhangs a bit.


1. CHOSS ATTACK - definitely chossy, follow a crack and lie-back feature on the left side of the wall to a jug at 15 feet, not that good

2. TOUGH COOKIES - sit-down start at the left side of the cave, then climb up and slightly left through the main overhang to finish on a good jug at the base of the slab

3. CAVE 101 - sit-down start at the left side of the cave, then traverse the lip of the cave up and right until you reach a mossy ledge at 15 feet, very cool

Getting There 

From the park entrance, drive 2.0 miles and park in a large dirt turnout on the north (right) side of the road. Cross the creek to the south, and walk 30 feet to a slightly overhanging wall with a four foot high cave on its lower right-hand side. This is Fly Cave Wall.

Climbing Season

For the North Cheyenne Canyon area.

Weather station 5.9 miles from here

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