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.
This is a 400+ foot easy scramble on great rock, it could be a nice initiation to soloing. Start just right of the low point of the rock, at the far left of the East face. The first two moves will be the hardest moves of the climb so feel free to blow it. Scramble up to the ridge and follow it to a notch.Traverse to the West and North behind the pinnacle and scramble up the ridge once more to the summit, moving to the East face for the final moves.Descent - scramble down the Northwest ridge to t...[more]Browse More Classics in CO