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Since 2011, the Access Fund Conservation Team has completed 114 stewardship projects, constructed over 35,000' of trail, built 106 rock staircases, & trained 3,000+ volunteers. Join or give and MP will match!
:It is a little tough to find, but it is worth it once you do. Start from the main area (Breashears crack) and head west up the trail. You will have to mount 3 large boulders while heading west. Once you reach the farthest west boulder (large and short) Head south straight up the hill. You will see one arete that is pretty cool. The arete starts low on a sloper around the arete and a sloping edge on the east side of the problem. Slap up the right side then do whatever to top it out. Cool slopers, good angle, perfect setting.
Two pads, highball, but not that bad of a landing. Better than most of the landings at MoSo. Spotter is recommended.
By Sean Wolf
From: Denver, CO
Sep 16, 2010
It's like a treasure hunt.