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Brother's Lookout 2nd Tier

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About Brother's Lookout 2nd Tier:

The Alderfer/ Three Sisters Park is part of Jefferson County Open Space and is home to some quality bouldering in a very beautiful setting. The area is situated in a well-covered pine forest and is home to a lot of wildlife that like to stroll through the area. Besides having some excellent granite quartz blocks to work on, the park also has some great hiking, mountain biking, and sightseeing opportunities. While the ease of access makes it prime for bouldering, it does bring out a lot of crowds to the trails; however, as far as bouldering goes it remains a relatively quite area. It is helpful to pick-up a map at the trailheads as the area is overrun with numerous trails and can be confusing if not paying close attention.
Approach: From Denver Area: take the city of Morrison exit (off of C-470) and follow CO Highway 74 until the city of Evergreen. Once you reach the downtown district in Evergreen look for a stoplight at the end of the shopping strip and take a slight left onto CO Highway 73. Take CO Hwy 73 for a little less then a half-mile then take a right at another stoplight at Buffalo Park Road, take this (heading more west) onto the weird turnoff. Follow this road pass a school and you will come across the Park.
Approach Time: 10 min
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Rock Type: Granite
Type of Climbing: Bouldering
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