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jbk641


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I am going to Boulder Co in a few weeks and and was hoping to get a recommendation for areas to go. I have been reading on Boulder Canyon, Flat iron boulders and Eldorado. Having never been there Im not sure where to start. Im 5.10c climber and would like to see some nice country and work on some good projects as well.. Any suggestions?


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Flagstaff Mountain should keep you busy for a while.

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jbk641 wrote:
I am going to Boulder Co in a few weeks and and was hoping to get a recommendation for areas to go. I have been reading on Boulder Canyon, Flat iron boulders and Eldorado. Having never been there Im not sure where to start. Im 5.10c climber and would like to see some nice country and work on some good projects as well.. Any suggestions?

The Game needs a second ascent.


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do you want to boulder? or climb? Sport? trad? full days? after work?


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jbk641 wrote:
I am going to Boulder Co in a few weeks and and was hoping to get a recommendation for areas to go. I have been reading on Boulder Canyon, Flat iron boulders and Eldorado. Having never been there Im not sure where to start. Im 5.10c climber and would like to see some nice country and work on some good projects as well.. Any suggestions?

cool i boulder 5.10c also


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Watch out for forest fires.


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I predominately want to boulder for a day and then spend another day leading..No trad at this time. So 2 full days of climbing.


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My point of including that is I want to climb where there are plenty of routes under my grade or just at it. Iver read some posts on here that Flagstaff might be more v3 and above and Im not sure I want to work on projects all day...


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then dont go to eldo, it is mostly trad. Boulder canyon sounds like it is up your alley. Good sport climbing all around the canyon.


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