This is an obscure Flatiron that sits West of the Front Porch and East of the Backporch.
It provides some easy but fun climbing on good quality rock, but mainly it provides solitude and a really nice setting.
Hike up the Porch trail (see Front Porch description) past and to the South of the Front Porch. At the fork in the trail head right and hike up under the South side of the Front Porch. A hundred more yards and the Lost Porch will come into view ahead and to the right.
Climb up to, under and through the tunnel created by a huge flake. This is easy to moderate climbing, but beware of loose rock down low.This route is a variation to the East face worth doing for only the completest who is looking for something new here. The poor rock at the beginning might be the mental crux, but the hardest moves are tucking into the tunnel and getting started inside. ...[more]Browse More Classics in CO