This beautiful Southwest-facing wall hosts two quality moderate pitches with room for a handful of others. The rock here is a very interesting form of granite, which has been scooped out and sculpted by years of water to form intricate runnels, tufus, and bathtubs.
The crag is located across the river on the far east (downstream) side of Arch Rock. The best approach is to park the the bridge 300 feet downstream from arch rock, walk along the river heading upstream for about 100 feet, then cut up the hillside (the trail cliffs out if you don't) aiming for a notch on top of the cliff. Summit the hill, then head back don and left to reach the cliff by the river. You know you're there when you see the obvious, low angle, water pod covered wall.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Water Sculpt Wall:
Heavenly Scoops 5.6 Sport, 1 pitch, 85 feet
Kalamis Aqua 5.7 Sport, 1 pitch, 100 feet
Featured Route For Water Sculpt Wall
Both routes on this wall were bolted with the mindset that these would be great beginner leads, and Heavenly Scoops achieves this purpose and offers an amazing amount of varied climbing to boot! Start up the low angle slab on the right side of the wall, climbing past great slab moves with good holds which yields a fantastic section of water sculpted jugs. Head up the no hands slab to a well protected high crux, which deposits you into a runnel that leads to anchors in a large bathtub....[more] Browse More Classics in CO