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Table Mountain Quarry Wall

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About Table Mountain Quarry Wall:

East of North Table Mountain, this area is best known for it's short but good splitter cracks. Even if you do see bolts on your route, expect to fill in the gaps with gear. This is not a "leave your rack at home" crag.
Nearest town or city: Golden
Directions: From Washington Avenue (Golden's Main Street), take 10th Street east. On your right you will pass the Coors complex. 10th turns into 44th, and parallels CO Hwy 58. After a mile, you'll go under CO 58; take an immediate left hand turn and follow the hairpin turn back west until it dead-ends at a T-intersection. To your left is an on ramp to CO 58 W, to your right is Easley Way. Park on the righthand corner at a large gravel lot. Looking up from the parking past a few houses, you'll see the wall (and even the climb Bone Crusher) clearly. Hike towards the on ramp and follow a very good trail much further west than you think you want to go. This trail skirts underneath terraced road cuts on the slope above. Eventually the trail will wind back north between the mesas.... Keep your eyes peeled for a very well-traveled trail that splits off to the right (the junction is cairned). Follow this back east again, now above the terraces, until you are directly below the main wall.
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Access Issues: Don't cut through people's property to get there.
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Quantity of Climbs: Week