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The Three Sisters

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Middle Sister - North Face 
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The Three Sisters 

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Elevation: 7,780'
Location: 39.6302, -105.3492 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Chris Chaney on May 12, 2008
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The Niece from the North Sister.


Exposed granite outcroppings with tons of potential. Fun scrambling and great views of Evergreen Lake, Evergreen Mountain and Elephant Butte.

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From the main trailhead take the Sisters Trail to a saddle between the North Sister and the Middle Sister.

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THC V3-4 6A+  CO : Morrison/Evergreen : ... : The Three Sisters
This left to right traverse is on the north face of the northern-most Sister.The traverse angles upwards as it traverses right and the ground also angle upwards, so you never get too far off the ground, making for a nice safe problem.It has been years since I've been there, but I recall some interesting huecoed rock and fun moves.This is one of about a hundred problems I did back between 1999 and 2002 (rough estimate of dates).I think it is my favorite boulder problem at Three Sisters/Alderfer....[more]   Browse More Classics in CO

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Evergreen Lake and the Three Sisters from the summit of Elephant Butte.
Evergreen Lake and the Three Sisters from the summ...
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By Buff Johnson
May 12, 2008

There's some fun stuff here.

Please keep our impact to a bare minimum, be totally cool with everyone else that plays in this park, keep approach traffic on the paths, do not encroach on wetlands, & don't install any new fixed anchors without checking with the OS people.

There's some good climbs that have natural seams for trad & rope anchors if you wanted to play with some TR'ing & bouldering. It's a fun place with good scenery and fairly small approach commitments.

By Chris Chaney
From: Arvada, Colorado
May 13, 2008

I agree, there is really no need for fixed gear here, as almost every formation can be downclimbed.

This is really a good place to scramble around on rock, which it appears has been going on for a long time. The beauty of the area is that you can go out and have a low key day on the rock in a spectacular setting and not be encumbered by ropes or rack and still get in some fun climbing.