Altitude 2173m a.s.l
Popular, South facing single pitch crag on the North side of the Boulder Canyon from 15 to 30m in height. Popular for top roping as the crag's top is easily accessed from the West side. Dry in the winter although the bottom can be a bit shaded by the trees. Most routes are trad but there is a few bolts on the unprotected sections. Anchors at the top are either lower off rings or trees.
From Boulder drive West along the CO 119. Parking is possible beneath the cliff in a layby near the 34 mile marker (about a mile before the Boulder Falls). Walk straight up to the crag in about 5 or 10 minutes. Apparently there is a climber's trail but I couldn't find it.
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