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About Flagstaff Mountain:

Flagstaff is one of the biggest established bouldering areas in Colorado. It has many good problems from high commiting moderates to burly short test piece's. If you manage to do some of the harder problems out here, keep in mind that they were probably established in the 60's and early 70's by some acid dropping climber bum. There are many "problems" that have bolts or natural pro placements up top for a TR setup. Plan on spending half a day out here as your skin will go fast on the fountain sandstone formations. All in all this is one hell of an area to be so close to city life.
Nearest town or city: Boulder
Directions: Exit highway 36 at "Baseline Exit" and head west through a residetial area to the base of Flagstaff Mountain, pay the ranger at the kiosk and head to the bouldering area of oyur choice. [Update by boulder_rich: You only have to pay if you don't have Boulder County plates on your car. You can pay at Panorama Point (the 1st parking area), at Monkey's Traverse as well]
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Quantity of Climbs: Lifetime

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No Replies Looking for climbing partner/beta coloradoboulderer 0 Nov 28 2004, 11:11 PM