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The Honey Pot

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Elevation: 7,000'
Location: 42.721, -106.3926 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: Mike Snyder, Kristine Hoffman
Submitted By: FREDDY GOSSMAN on Nov 21, 2012
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The honey pot is the entire bouldering area in the canyon east of the parking area, It has great quality limestone/sandstone dolomite bouldering on boulders and cliff bands! This area is all on private land, so be sure to get permission before you head out!


Getting There 

From the car head due east and look for the rock cairn, from here drop into the canyon and follow the trail to the grouse boulders.


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By Emerson Takahashi
From: SLC, UT
Mar 6, 2013

you guys need to show me where this is!

By Emerson Takahashi
From: SLC, UT
Mar 13, 2013

Hey, also can you specify which parking lot we're supposed to be goin to? And who to contact about access?

By Michael Mahoney
From: Gillette, WY
Nov 10, 2013

I guess I'm just seconding Emerson's request. I grew up in Casper and have no clue which "parking lot" you are referring to. Contact info for access would also be greatly appreciated. I appreciate the work you've done to post this areas info to Mountain Project. Thank you!