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Rogers Park (Lake Belton)

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About Rogers Park (Lake Belton):

The following summary by James Harrison, courtesy of ..

Roger's Park is Lake Belton's secluded bouldering garden. The bulgey grey cliff band winds around the lake hidden by trees. Quiver up its slopey highball topouts. Pure pocket climbing on steep grey walls best describes this area. Boulder problems of all grades are found on the walls of Roger's Park, many are V0 to V4. During 1998 bouldering at roger's exploded as it came under the eye of Austin's powerfull bouldering scene. Today many hard new problems can be found here. The potential is good for new even harder problems. Because of a lack of direct sunlight, the walls here are sometimes wet and spoogy, definately best during dry conditions. Never the less, Roger's Park is excellent.

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Nearest town or city: Belton/Temple
Directions: from austin, travel north on I-35 into Belton. exit 6th ave., and turn left. that will dead end into main street. turn right. make a left on 439 going towards the dam. drive down until you get to 2271. make a right there and cross the dam. go through two intersections and turn right on rogers park rd.. take your first left on mourning dove and park at the gate. There are several way to access the climbing. the easiest is to take the trail on the right immediately before the gate. follow it down to the walls
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Camping: None
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Quantity of Climbs: Lifetime

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