Hanging on the hill above the Puoux, the Super Puoux offers routes ranging from 5.10 to 5.13+ with unfinished projects suspected to be 5.14 or harder. The limestone varies in quality from fractured choss to reasonably solid stone. Since very few people climb here, the routes are still cleaning up so expect a lot of rockfall, and a good amount of silt on most of the routes. In general, expect very fun, but semi-dirty, adventurous sport climbs.
Park at the big pullout for the Puoux and walk along the trail until you see a faint trail leading into the trees and up the hill. The trail will remain faint but obvious the entire way. You should be to the right of the crag until the very end of the approach, at which point you cut across the hill to the base of the crag. At certain points you will be scrambling up rock outcrops, and other times you will be scrambling up scree slopes. There are small kairns at times, just stay to the right, look for footprints and erosion, and if it feels really hard you are probably on the right track. The approach is super strenuous and takes about an hour. Good luck!
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Short and Demanding 5.13a Sport, 1 pitch, 50 feet
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Like the name suggests, this route is short and demanding. The hardest moves are over by the second bolt but moves keep coming until you pull into a scoop about halfway up the route and enjoy a no-hands rest. After recovering, do two more semi-hard boulder problems separated by a rest and tiptoe to the anchor on questionable rock.Short and Demanding has 4 star movement, but 2 star rock. If you don't mind a little silt, and crumbly rock, you will probably like this thing. ...[more] Browse More Classics in CO