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This is the large granite formation overlooking the parking lot for Newlin Creek. It has been left alone by the bolters, which is nice as there are lots of nice crack systems, and ledges for belays. It looks kinda scruffy, but the rock is usually very good, with jugs aplenty. Several moderate trad climbs (at least a half-dozen) have been done to date.
Umm, walk about thirty feet to the base of the rock. For routes on the far right, the hike can be as much as one-hundred feet
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There is a large slab on the left side of the crag. This climb takes the open book/overhang at the left of the large roof above the slab. Start at the left edge of the slab.P1. Head up the left side of the slab (5.6) to the roof. Climb steeply through the open book (5.10a) to a ledge system (be careful with loose blocks on this ledge). Belay.P2. Continue up short cracks above to the top (5.7, 20')....[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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