Tod Anderson – Colorado Rock Climbing

Tod Anderson, drilling at the Chicken Ranch, Devil's Head Rock Climbing

Tod Anderson, drilling at the Chicken Ranch, Devil’s Head Rock Climbing

After over 20 years of hard work establishing routes at Devil’s Head, it’s great to see more and more people enjoying the area. For years it was just a handful of us out there quietly stumbling around in the woods and finding new crags, but things seem to be catching on with more climbers at the various parking spots on weekend and throughout the week.

Tod Anderson

Tod Anderson

Since the publication of the latest print guide in 2010, Rampart Range Rocks, vast new areas have opened up. The range of climbing areas now stretches several miles east to west and about two miles north to south, with about 100 different crags, spires and walls. Despite all the routes that have gone in, I think we have not yet reached the halfway mark on what could become great routes. Although I’ve put up routes at lots of other areas, Devil’s Head has been a special place to me and I hope you enjoy it as much as I have.

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Learn why Devil’s Head is Colorado’s best kept secret and possibly the best granite sport climbing area in the U.S. here.