Ophir contains multiple areas. This is a shell to help organize this.
Note, this layer of organization was submitted to help with the way the database is structured during a restructuring of the database a while back. There's a bit of history in going from a school project to the MP.com of today. Now, you have to have similarly structured objects at the same level of organization, otherwise the restructuring doesn't work well
To be filled in.
So, any one who wants to take on this section (along with any other sections that are similarly not fleshed in) can contact me/us and I/we can reassign it to you to help fill it in! Thanks!
Ophir is between Telluride & Ouray.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Ophir:
In my opinion, this is the best climb in Cracked Canyon. This climb has it all, balance, technique, strength, and great gear. Follow up a beautiful, blank, right-facing dihedral (with the left side slightly overhanging). This route bounces around through the first 1/2, sometimes all on the face to the right, most of the time right in the dihedral. After the lower section is completed, break left (or go straight up for more style points) on a weakness in the dihedral. Stand on a great rest l...[more]Browse More Classics in CO
Rob -- Leo Paik, an MP.com administrator, added Ophir as part of the reorganization of Colorado by geographical area several years ago. This was done to improve the organization of the Colorado route database, not to "score points." I'm sure that Leo would have provided better info if he were more familiar with the Ophir area.
If you have better info for Ophir, please add it as a comment, or contact Leo to have it incorporated into the area description.