This is a remote crag lost in an infinite valley of rock. It was named after the discoverers of a unique Colorado wide crack.
From Buffalo Creek, drive south on CO Highway 67. After descending the big hill almost to Deckers, turn right on the narrow dirt road that leads to the Wigwam turn (no), Sheep Rock, Goose Creek Campground. A couple miles past Goose Creek, turn right and climb a few miles to Lost Creek Trailhead.
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Hmm! Fresh Meat! 5.10+ Trad, 3 pitches, 230 feet, Grade II
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Hmm! Fresh Meat! 5.10+ CO : South Platte : ... : The Rotundity
Mike Carr found this amazing route and brought his brother Tom and me in for a look. Thanks, Mike! We didn't know who put the route up. Bjorn discovered who did it for us in an old Rock & Ice with a picture of Strappo and Crusher sending.Pitch one starts with #2 and #3 Camalot-sized jams. Before the belay at the first rap anchor, layback the much steeper #4 and #5 Camalot sized crack (5.10-, 35m). Pitch two is #4, #5, and #6-sized. Look for a fabulous...[more] Browse More Classics in CO