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The Shakespearean Theatre & Revolution Buttress

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The Shakespearean Theatre & Revolution Buttress 

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This area is probably visited more often for bouldering The Drain, a popular right to left traverse between Shakespearean Theatre and Revolution Buttress. These walls are directly north of where The Inner Canyon Trail and The Lake Gulch Trail intersect in the upper canyon. Look for a tall southwest-facing wall with a vertical black water streak (Wordy Drama).

Getting There 

Park in the western lot above the south rim which is accessed via the main entrance off of Parker Road (CO Hwy 83). Take either The Inner Canyon Trail or The Lake Gulch Trail down into the upper, or inner, canyon. The two trails converge directly below the routes, which are on The North Rim.

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By Rich Kelly
Jul 24, 2003

Your rock is not as good as Australia's rock.

By Tom Hanson
Mar 9, 2010

Shakespearean Theatre is closed to climbing March, April and May 2010.