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Raspberry Boulders  


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Elevation: 9,600'
Location: 39.491, -106.0501 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Seth Hogan on Aug 14, 2013
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Partially shady in the morning and recieves afternoon shade full on, it's on National Forest land and only really sees hikers and mountain bikers. There is fairly chossy rock to start, but after cleaned/trundled, it turns out to be quite solid.

The area named due to the raspberry bushes we found at the base of our proudest problem at the site.

Getting There 

Go up the ski hill road until you get to a tight hairpin turn. Immediately after the hairpin, pull off left onto a parking pull-off, and backtrack across the hairpin where the trail starts on the right. (This parking lot is 30 minute parking although I don't know of a better way without cutting through a backyard, and I'm not sure it is enforced in the non-winter seasons.) Be careful on this trail as there is a fair amount of mountain biking traffic. It takes ~15 minutes of hiking, with one left at a fork. There is a large cairn on the left. Hike up the short, steep trail, and you are there.

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Weather station 1.0 miles from here

3 Total Routes

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Broken-In V3 6A  CO : Breckenridge : Raspberry Boulders
This is a pretty sustained problem that eventually leads to Thank God holds up top. It was given its name due to the fact that stuff kept breaking off and well, it broke into place. Good foot work makes this slightly less powerful....[more]   Browse More Classics in CO

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The cairn, take a left directly towards the wall. 30 seconds to go.
BETA PHOTO: The cairn, take a left directly towards the wall. ...

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