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Carbondale Climbing Boulder

Carbondale Climbing Boulder

Connects: Carbondale Recreation and Community Center Carbondale, CO – Climbing The Carbondale Climbing Boulder is a large rock feature next to the Carbondale Recreation and Community Center in Carbondale, CO. View Larger Map

Posted in Carbondale, Carbondale Parks, Climbing, Parks, Rock, Sites, Town

Devil’s Punchbowl

Devil's Punchbowl

Connects: Independence Pass Road (HWY 82), Roaring Fork River Aspen, CO – Rocky Area The Devil’s Punchbowl, a popular cliff jumping spot, is a section of large rocks where water pools along the Roaring Fork River near Independence Pass just

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Devils Rockpile (10,702 ft)

Devils Rockpile

Connects: Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness Marble, CO – Rocky Area The Devils Rockpile (10,702 ft) is a pillar class geographic survey feature in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness of the White River National Forest near Marble, CO. More information about the Devils

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Dotsero Crater (Dotsero Volcano)

Dotsero Crater

Connects: BLM Road 8460 Dotsero, CO – Rock The Dotsero Crater is a volcano, Colorado’s youngest volcano, where a large crater can be found. The Dotsero Volcano’s last eruption was just 4,200 years ago. This is a crater in Dotsero,

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Gold Butte

Gold Butte

Connects: Roaring Fork Gorge, Gold Butte Trail Aspen, CO – Rocky Area Gold Butte is a rock with climbing routes accessed by the Gold Butte Trail in Aspen, CO. More information about climbing routes can be found at: Pitkin County

Posted in Aspen, Rock, Sites

Hagerman Tunnel

Hagerman Tunnel

Connects: Colorado Midland Trail (Hagerman Tunnel Trail), Douglass City, Opal Lake (11,390 ft), Hagerman Lake (11,330 ft) Leadville, CO – Historic Hagerman Tunnel is an old trail tunnel between Leadville and Basalt, CO. The tunnel was the highest railroad tunnel

Posted in Cave, Historic, Mountain Pass, Rock, Sites

Lincoln Creek Grottos

Lincoln Creek Grottos

Connects: Lincoln Creek Road (FSR #106) Aspen, CO – Rocky Area The Lincoln Creek Grottos is a section of large rocks where water pools along Lincoln Creek off Lincoln Creek Road (FSR #106). Distances: Independence Pass Road (HWY 82)/Lincoln Creek

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Redstone River Boulders

Redstone River Boulders

Connects: Highway 133 (West Elk Loop Scenic Byway), Crystal River, Redstone Campground Redstone, CO – Rocky Area The Redstone River Boulders offer climbing with access to the Crystal River. This is a site where various boulders sit off Highway 133

Posted in Carbondale, Climbing, Redstone, Rock, Sites, Water

Rifle Arch (6,580 ft)

Rifle Arch

Connects: Rifle Arch Trail Rifle, CO – Rock Rifle Arch (6,580 ft) is a 60 foot high, 150 foot wide stone arch that rises off the Grand Hogback accessed by the Rifle Arch Trail in Rifle, CO. News about Rifle

Posted in Rifle, Rock, Sites, Viewing Area

Rifle Gap

Rifle Gap

Connects: Highway 325, Rifle Gap State Park, Lakeview Campground, Cedar Campground, Pinyon Campground, Sage Campground Rifle, CO – Rock Rifle Gap is a narrow pass through the Grand Hogback that goes to Rifle Gap State Park located 10 miles off

Posted in Recreation Area, Rifle, Rock, Sites, State Park

Snowmass Peak (13,627 ft)

Snowmass Lake

Connects: Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness Snowmass, CO – Mountain Peak Snowmass Peak (13,627 ft) is a peak in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness of the White River National Forest near Snowmass, CO. More information about Snowmass Peak can be found at: Wikipedia

Posted in Aspen, Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, Mountain Peak, Old Snowmass, Rock, Sites, Snowmass Village

Strawberry Rock

Strawberry Rock

Connects: Fryingpan River, Frying Pan Road (CR 104), Old Wagon Road, Toner Creek Road Basalt, CO – Rock Strawberry Rock is a rock on the Fryingpan River with a short dirt path to the big rock. This is a site

Posted in Basalt, Rock, Sites, Viewing Area, Water

Thompson Creek Climbing Area

Thompson Creek Climbing Area

Connects: Thompson Creek Trail Carbondale, CO – Climbing The Thompson Creek Climbing Area is a section of rock with routes for climbing near Carbondale, CO. Thompson Creek is an Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC). This area is currently access

Posted in Carbondale, Climbing, Rock, Rocky, Sites

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