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Description 

This southeast facing formation is characterized by a white face with an large patinaed arch, crossing right to left.High on the right side is a shelf capped by a large roof. The middle of the roof is split by a hand crack ( The Granite Dance ).

Getting There 

Follow the approach for Indian Country. The Medicine Bow is a high on the right side of the drainage, directly across from Indian Country.

Climbing Season



Weather station 5.9 miles from here

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