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A nice shaded crag on the Aspen side of Independence Pass. The wall is part of the Ptarmigan Creek area. This crag has pretty much all moderate routes is well bolted and a great place to warmup or teach noobs. Routes are easy but still a lot of fun.
The directions are given heading from Aspen towards Twin Lakes. About 0.25 miles past MM52 there is a pullout just past the 35 MPH sign. Park in this pullout. The crag is located 50 yards up CO Hwy 82 and on the north side of the road. Follow CO Hwy 82 for about 50 yards and you will see a trail on the north side of the road. Follow cairns, it's not very long, maybe a 5-10 minute approach.
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