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By Evan Sanders
From Westminster, CO
Apr 18, 2013
Flaming Pumpkin
I always meant to do a route or two there when I lived in CO. And now that I'm moving back I'll have a second chance! But are any of the routes worth the 1+ hour approach with a rack, or should I just leave it as a day hiking spot and go climb somewhere else?

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By Preston
From fort collins,colorado
Apr 18, 2013
Its worth the hike if you like climbing slab. There are several crack climbs with ran out slab sections as well. I would say its worth a trip once if you havn't been up there.

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By Evan Sanders
From Westminster, CO
Apr 19, 2013
Flaming Pumpkin
Good to know. I'm not usually a fan of run out climbing, I don't quite have the nerves of steel some climbers have (I'll probably climb about 10-15 feet above my gear at the absolute maximum), but I might give it a shot.

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By mattnorville
Apr 19, 2013
Ship's Prow.
There is plenty of non runout stuff, it is just lower rated grades. I'm a fan of grey rock.

Since you have moved away though there has been 2 or more fires up there. A lot of hiking through the black. Still a great place to climb though.

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