At the short crux.
This is sunny all year and all day. It has typical Poudre rock with some routes that have a little more air under them. Sick of the Chamber crowds and want to sink your hands into some cracks or have your own private crag?
There are a few different ways:
One is to climb Battle Axe, For the Kids, and/or Blood Legacy and then traverse the grassy and loose gully. You then can lead up to base of Peeps/DC Corner.
Another variation is to climb the gully upstream from For the Kids. It is mostly easy/loose ground with some 5.5 chimney climbing to the same easy, 5.6, approach crack.
A third approach would be to walk/scramble around back to the "Outback Wall" and then rappel in from anchors at the top of gully or climb into the DC Corner from the back side.
It sounds more confusing than it is. Bring a few cams in the event you want to protect some of the approach climbing.
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