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Wasatch Mountain Walls 


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Elevation: 10,000'
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Description 

Great single to multi-pitch sport routes on Telluride Conglomerate stone. Possibly some of the best bolt clipping in Telluride.


Getting There 

Coming into Telluride on CO 145, turn right onto Pine St and look for a place to park. Follow Pine South until you hit a steep dirt road. This is Bear Creek Rd, and is closed to motor vehicle use. Hike up the road until you reach the Bear Creek Boulder. Cross the creek and head up towards old mine tailings. At the top of the tailings you will hit some steep switchbacks that go below a 20' cliff. follow the steep trail until you hit a drainage. Head up the drainage until you reach a clearing. There is a faint user trail that leads up towards Oz and the Fairview Wall.


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Oz 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- E4 5c  CO : Telluride/Norwood area : Wasatch Mountain Walls
Oz has steep and pumpy climbing on pockets and cobbles.Pitch 1: 5.10, 9 bolts to an anchor on a big ledge, 95',Pitch 2: 5.10-, 8 bolts to an anchor on a smaller ledge, 90'.Pitch 3: The crux is right past the anchor, climb a steep face to an anchor, 8 bolts, 90'.Pitch 4: 5.10+, 8 bolts to the top, 90'.Rappel the route. You can make it to the top of the first pitch in one rappel with two 60 meter ropes. This is a great climb that will leave you pumped....[more]   Browse More Classics in CO

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